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Proposed programme:

March 26 - 28 workshop
March 28 - 29th optional ORFEO ToolBox Training session

MONDAY 26
Lugar: Salón de Honor, Centro de Extensión del Senado de la República
Edificio del ex Congreso Nacional de Chile

Date/Location

Monday, March, 26, 2018
AM


Monday, March, 26, 2018
PM

Activities

Morning :
Registration and Opening,
Invited conference speaker


Afternoon: Invited Conferences
Continental water from space

Comments

- Registration 9h00-9h30

- 09h30 : Opening Ceremony : discourse by Organizing Committee + INACAP + UDEC representatives.

- 10h00

- General discourse on water issues in Chile (A. Stehr, EULA-UDEC, Chile). 30’

- Specific Water issues in Agriculture and Minery in Chile, and role of remote sensing in its future: the CHRIAM project (J. Arumi, CHRIAM-UDEC, Chile) 30’

- Coffee Break : 11h-11h30

- 11h30 : World water issues and a focus on South America. (E. Rodriguez, NASA-JPL, USA) 30´

- 12h00: Progress since the SWOT-South America meeting in Rio, Brazil, 2015 (F. Seyler, IRD, France)

- 12h30: Presentation of the satellite constellation for hydrological science and applications (J-F Cretaux, CNES, France),

- 13h00 Lunch break 1h30 hour

- 14h30 : Opening by Chilean Senator, : F. Chahuan, Member of Chilean Senate’ Environmental Commission.

- The SWOT mission, general overview. (T. Pavelsky, UNC, USA) 30’

- - Worldwide Rivers monitoring from altimetry (S. Calmant (IRD, France) and J. Da Silva Santos (UEA, Brazil))- 20-30’

-Lakes monitoring and observed changes from space (J-F. Cretaux (CNES, France) and A. Ribeiro Neto (FUP, Brazil))-20-30’

Short Round table (questions)

- 16h-16h30 coffee break (around the poster session).

- 16h30:
- SMOS-SWOT synergy for hydrological studies (B. Molero (CESBIO, France))- 20’

- Global scale and Amazon surface water dynamic from multi-satellite (F. Papa (IRD, France) + J. Tomasella (CEMADEN, Brazil)) – 20’

- Precipitation (D. Vila (INPE, Brazil) and M. Gosset (IRD, France)) - 20’

- Estuaries science from space (F. Durand (IRD, France) + D. Moreira (CPRM, Brazil)) - 20’.

-18 h - Round table (questions)

The journey Poster session: Institutional poster sessions (research centres, faculties, departments, national institutions and so on).

19 h End of the 1st day.
No Wine allowed in Congress (postponed to Tuesday)

TUESDAY 27
Universidad Tecnológica de Chile INACAP
Sede Santiago Sur

Date/Location


Tuesday, March, 27, 2018
AM

Tuesday, March, 27, 2018
PM

Activities


Morning : oral presentations

Integrated studies and operational context.

Afternoon : oral & poster presentations

Satellite based Hydrological studies in South America

Comments

9h-10h – Integrated studies worldwide
9h Welcome speech by the INACAP authorities
- Integration of satellite information in hydrological models in South America – (R. Paiva, UFRGS, Brasil) 30’

- SWOT for the Indian Subcontinent (V. Venugopal, IIS, India), 20’

- Integrated monitoring small water objects from space – example of ponds in arid contexts (M. Grippa, GET, France) – 20’

- Historical variability analysis of levels and surface flows in the Orinoco basin from virtual station time series (J.G. Leon, UNC, Colombia) – 20’

Coffee Break : 10h-10h30

10h30-13h Early Adopters and Operational perspective

- NASA Early adopters (E. Beighley, NE, USA)

- CNES/IRD international collaboration overview (Africa (Niger, Tchad, …), Latin America (Brasil, Peru, Bolivia etc)) J.F. Cretaux (CNES, France), S. Calmant (IRD, France) and M. Gosset (IRD, France:

- ANA (Brasil): Brasil needs for RS in Operational context 15’
- CPRM (Brasil): Water RS in Operational context - 15’
-SENAMHI (Peru) : Hydrometeorology/Hydroclimatology from space. 20’
-FUNCEME (Brasil), Meiry Sayuri Sakamoto : Satellite Based activities to monitor Rainfall and water resources in Nordeste Brasil.

- CEMADEN (Brasil) – 15’ – Operational discharge forecast in the Madeira river managed by Cemaden: expected benefits from the use of SWOT (J.Tomasella, CEMADEN, Brasil)

14:30-16:30 hrs.
-Satellite Hydrology Science in South Am.
-Short oral presentations on swot AmSud science projects
17:00-19:00 hrs.
- Poster Session: Satellite Hydrology Science in South Am.

14h30-16h30 Satellite Hydrology and Hydrology Science in South Am.

Oral presentations (10’)
- S. Yepez et al. (CIPT, Venezuela and GET, France): Retrieval of suspended sediment concentrations using Landsat-8 OLI satellite images in the Orinoco River Venezuela
- O. Saavedra et al. (UPB, Bolivia): Validation of satellite based precipitation in Bolivia for hydrological applications

- Chosen Poster presentation 5’ each

Lakes and Wetland :
- I. Briceño et al. (UMAYOR, Chile): Detection of water quality parameters in Lake Vichuquén and Laguna Torca, with Landsat 8 2016
- R. Cardenas et al. (UC, Cuba): Dynamics of freshwater ecosystems after perturbations of their optical quality.
- A. Ovando et al. (CEMADEN, Brasil): Assessing the hydrology of large wetlands of the Bolivian amazon through Multi-temporal flood mapping and satellite altimetry.

Estuaries and Coastal:

- D. Figueroa et al. (DGEO-UDEC, Chile): Remote monitoring of the coastal ocean using HF-radars: the CHIOOS (Chilean Oceanic’s Observing System).

Water Management
- V. Vargas et al. (INFOR, Chile): Management of agroforestry basins and local governance: Lessons learned in the Ranquil territory.
- J. Cuevas et al. (CEAZA, Chile): Use of territorial and geographic information systems in hydrological research: Importance, limitations and perspectives.

- Hydrologic and river basins
- Puelma et al. (UCHILE/UFRO, Chile): Using remote sensing estimates of precipitation and evapotranspiration to assess the spatial characteristics of Chilean megadrought.
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- G. Staub et al. (DCGG-UDEC, Chile): Water stress detection and analysis in the Andean Precordillera.
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- R. Orrego (INIA, Chile): Effect of land use changes on flow of Andalien River in Concepción, Chile.

17h-19h Poster Session: Satellite Hydrology and Hydrology Science in South America.

LAKES/WETLAND/WATER

Briceño et al. (UMayor, Chile): Detection of water quality parameters in Lake Vichuquén and Laguna Torca, with satellite images Landsat 8, sensor OLI, year 2016

Rodriguez et al. (EULA-UDEC, Chile): Influence of (extreme) radiation and optical characterisitic in physical and biological features of a regulated lake.

Collazo et al. (EULA-UDEC, Chile): Seasonal analysis and trend of the surface temperature of Lake Riñihue based on MODIS satellite images in the period 2000-2016.

Ortiz et al. (DGEO-UDEC, Chile): Laguna de Batuco Wetland (central Chile): Spatial variability 1989-2017

Cardenas et al. (UC, Cuba): Dynamics of freshwater ecosystems after perturbations of their optical quality

Escalona et al. (DGEO/FCFM-UDEC, Chile): Determination of the Water Balance in the lake basins of southern Chile. Assessment of the water regime during the 1992- 2017, possible role of anthropogenic and climatic components, and changes from different IPCC scenarios. A PhD Project.

Ovando et al. (CEMADEN, Brazil): Assessing the hydrology of large wetlands of the Bolivian amazon through Multi-temporal flood mapping and satellite altimetry.

Yepez et al. (CIPT, Venezuela and GET, France): Evaluation of atmospheric corrections models in the new Sentinel-2 satellite images on turbid waters to improve estimates of biophysical parameters: The Orinoco River case study.

ESTUAIRES and COASTAL

C. Salas et al. (INPESCA, Chile):Modeling the impact of river discharge in coastal ocean with emphasis on biophysical coupling.

Vasquez et al. (INPESCA, Chile): Variability of satellite chlorophyll in relation to oceanographic processes in inland waters of northern Patagonia (41°30 - 44°00,39S).

Figueroa et al. (DGEO/FCFM-UDEC, Chile): Remote monitoring of the coastal ocean using HF-radars from the coast: the CHIOOS (Chilean Oceanics Observing System).

Vargaz et al. (DGEO/FCFM-UDEC + INPESCA, Chile): Variability of the hydrological cycle in the Loa river basin: Reconstruction of hydrological time series and modelling using WEAP (Water Evaluation and Planning) system.

WATER MANAGEMENT

Payano et al. (HC-UAlcala, Chile): Criteria for the incorporation of information on land use in a Decision Support System for Hydraulic Heritage.

Cuevas et al. (CEAZA, Chile): Use of territorial and geographic information systems in hydrological research: Importance, limitations and perspectives.

Vargaz et al. (INFOR, Chile): Management of agroforestry basins and local governance: Lessons learned in the Ranquil territory.

Fernandez et al. (UFRO, Chile):Water modeling on protected natural areas as a provision of ecosystem services to assess their availability for different uses in basin Southern Chile.

Rubilar et al. (FCF-UDEC, Chile): Assessing water sustainability of advanced genotypes of Eucalyptus forest plantations using remote sensing and ecophysiological tools.

PRECIPITATION

Puelma et al. (UFRO, Chile): Using remote sensing estimates of precipitation and evapotranspiration to assess the spatial characteristics of Chilean megadrought.

Alvial et al. (DGEO-UDEC, Chile): Set of high resolution precipitation gridded data on the central-southern zone (34 ° - 41 ° S) of Chile.

Duran et al. (EULA-UDEC, Chile): Number of days with rain and atmospheric circulation during extreme drought events in central Cuba.

Fustos et al. (UFRO, Chile): Solifluction process derived from InSar time series and satellite precipitation products. Cases over central south Chile.

HYDROLOGIC and RIVER BASINS

Staub et al. (DCGG-UDEC, Chile): Water stress detection and analysis in the Andean Precordillera.

Barria et al. (FCFCN-UCH, Chile):Uncertainties in runoff projections in Southwest Western Australian and Central Chilean catchments.

Martinez et al. (EULA-UDEC, Chile): Effect of the Soil’s Coverage / Use over the nutrient load export in the south center zone of Chile.

Santos et al. (UCT/FAUG-UDEC, Chile): Assessment of snow cover in Sierra Nevada (Spain) analysing the Normalized Difference Snow Index (NDSI) between 2000 and 2014

Orrego et al. (INIA, Chile): Effect of land use changes on flow of Andalien River in Concepción, Chile.

Fonseca et al. (UCT, Chile): Evolution of water consumption by different forest species in the Andes of Southern Chile.

Fernandez et al. (UMayor, Chile): Application of METRIC model for estimating daily evapotranspiration of an intensive olive orchard: Application over rainfed areas in the Maule Region, Chile.

Uribe et al. (INIA, Chile) : Detection of seepage losses in Irrigation Canals with satellite images.

WEDNESDAY 28
Universidad Tecnológica de Chile INACAP
Sede Santiago Sur

Date/Location

Wednesday, March, 28, 2018.
AM

Wednesday, March, 28, 2018.
PM

Activities

Morning:
Science (Cont.)
Cal/Val and Training Orfeo ToolBox (OTB) splinter

Afternoon:
Future projects and Training splinter.
SWOT simulator

Comments

8h30-10h
-Short oral presentations on SWOT - AmSud science projects
10h30-12h30
-Split sessions
I - CAL/VAL discussion
II – Training OTB – session 1

14h-16h
-Split sessions
I - discussion on future project / fund rising possibilities for SWOT SA
II – Training OTB – session 2
16h30-18h30
- Training/presentation : preparing SWOT use with the SWOT Large scale simulator (CNES)
-CLOSING general workshop

THURSDAY 29
Universidad Tecnológica de Chile INACAP
Sede Santiago Sur

Date/Location

Thursday, March, 29,
All Day

Activities

All Day:
Training Orfeo Toolbox (OTB)

Comments

9h-16h
OTB Training and hands on
(see flyer)