This Special Issue seeks contributions reflecting alternative data sources and methods for observing water resources.

Deadline for manuscript submissions 31 May 2021.

This Special Issue of the MDPI journal Hydrology seeks contributions reflecting alternative data sources and methods for observing water resources, for example the increased availability of remote sensing-derived products on hydrometeorology, e.g., on fluxes like precipitation or system states like soil moisture, improvements in the spatiotemporal resolution of hydrological models, and advances in parameter calibration or hydrological information systems. These can range from gap-filling, regionalization, and interpolation methods of meteorological variables, hydrological information systems, remote sensing or re-analysis products used in hydrology and water management, or the spatiotemporal development of observation networks for single countries, regions, or globally. Additionally, innovative methods for the estimation of water demands are also welcome. 

Special Issue Guest Editors

Dr. Mathew Herrnegger
 Institute for Hydrology and Water Management, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Prof. Dr. Sorin Cheval
National Meteorological Administration, Bucharest, Romania

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