South America Water from Space II

November 4-7 2019, Manaus, Brazil

2019 – Day Two

Morning (9h-13h)

Morning (9h00-12h30): Session 2: Integrated studies for hydrology and water cycle.

Chair persons: Eduardo Martins – Marielle Gosset

09h00-09h30: Hydrology reanalysis over South America (Rodrigo Paiva, UFGRS) (25’+ 5’, Confirmed)

09h30-09h50: Lake monitoring from space over SA (J-F. Cretaux (LEGOS, CNES, France), A. Ribeiro Neto (FUP, Brazil), R. Abarca del Rio (UC)) (15’ + 5’, Confirmed))

09h50-10h10: The Water Cycle: closure and variability in South America (Filipe Aires, CNRS, France) (15’+ 5’, Confirmed)

10h10-10h45: The water cycle of African river from a modeling perspective (Congo river by Adrien Paris 15’, CLS, Niger river by Vanessa Pedinotti, Magelium 15’ + 5’, Confirmed)

10h45-11h15: Coffee Break

11h15-11h35: Integrated monitoring of small water objects from space –example of ponds in the arid context of Nordeste (M. Grippa, UPS) (15’+ 5’, Confirmed)

11h35-11h55: Assimilation of satellite observations in hydrological models (Charlotte Emmery, CS, 15’ +5’, Confirmed)

11h35-12h15: Assimilation of satellite altimetry and SWOT observations in hydraulic context (Hind Oubanas, IRSTEA, 15’ +5’, Confirmed)

11h45-12h05: Assimilation of satellite observations in hydrological models (Charlotte Emmery, CS, 15’ +5’, TBC)

Lunch break (12h30-14h00)

Afternoon (14h00-18h00): Session 3: SWOT Early adopters and Water study in the operational context.

Chair persons: Rodrigo Abarca del Rio – Stephane Calmant

14h00-14h20: Brazilian op Agency (Brazil): Brazil needs for RS in Operational context (20’, TBC)

14h20-14h40: CPRM (Brazil): RS of Water in Operational and SWOT context (20’, Confirmed)

14h40-15h00: FUNCEME, Satellite Based activities to monitor water resources in Nordeste Brasil (Eduardo Martins) (20’, Confirmed)

15h00-15h20: SENAMHI, Hydroclimatology from Peru using space data and land climatological observations (Harold Llauca and Waldo Lavado, Peru) (20’, Confirmed)

15h20-15h40:CEMADEN, Operational discharge forecast in rivers managed by CEMADEN: expected benefits from the use of SWOT (J.Tomasella, Brasil) (20’, Confirmed)

15h40-16h00:The Service dObservations HYBAM, (J-M. Martinez, IRD), (20’, Confirmed)

16h00-16h30: Coffee break

16h30-17h30: Session 4: SWOT-Ocean for South America

Chair persons: Otto Rotunno Filho and Fabrice Papa

16h30-17h00: Physical oceanography of Tropical Atlantic in the context of SWOT, the SWOT-Ocean Brazil project (F. Hernandez, IRD, France) (20’+5’, Confirmed)

17h00-17h20: The hydrodynamic continuum of the lower Amazon in the SWOT context : from the estuary to the western Atlantic océan (F. Durand, IRD) (15’+ 5’, Confirmed)

17h20-17h40: Multidisciplinary approaches to describe, understand and monitor eutrophication in the tropical coastal océan (Eduardo Negri, UERJ).

17h40-20h: Poster Session and social event: Hydrology Science and Water Resources from Satellites with special focus in South America.

– We should target ~5 posters (Scientist + Student posters) in each of these areas (total of ~30 posters):

– Water bodies/Lake/Wetlands/Rivers (Current + Volodia, SMASH, etc…)

– Precipitation and HydroClimatology

– Water resources and management

– Hydrology and models in large river basins

– SWOT SA Early adopters

– Estuaries and Coastal

– SWOT SA Early adopters

– Estuaries and Coastal

1. Fleischmann A., R. Paiva and W. Collischonn, Can regional to continental river hydrodynamic models be locally relevant? A remote sensing perspective

2. Fleischmann A., R. Paiva, W. Collischonn, V. Siqueira, A. Paris, D. Medeiros Moreira, F. Papa, A. Al Bitar, M. Parrens, F. Aires, P.-A. Garambois, 1D x 2D regional scale hydrodynamic modeling in the Negro River Basin, Amazon

3. Ovando A. et al., Using multitemporal flood maps and satellite altimetry to improve the modeling of large wetlands

4. Fassoni de Andrade A. et al., A simple flood-frequency method to estimate bathymetry and active storage of lakes and reservoirs from satellite data

5. Behnia S., M.J. Tourian, A. Ribeiro Neto, and N. Sneeuw, São Francisco as monitored by Radar Altimetry Satellites

6. Pimentel de Brito A., J. Tomasella and L. Cândido, Variability analysis of Alter do Chão aquifer water stock in the Central Amazon from deep wells data and GRACE satellite.

7. Nair A. S , A. Pradhan and J. Indu, Assimilation of Satellite Altimetry data for Mahanadi basin in preparation of SWOT

8. Olivetti D., H. Llacer Roig, J.-M. Martinez, R. Casari, A. M. R. Ferreira, H. D. Borges, R. E. Cicerelli and J. Garnier, Airborne Multi And Hyperspectral Cameras : Contributions to Inland Water Quality Monitoring

9. Fradi F., S. Massuel, C. Leduc, J. Burte and E. Martins, ‘Evolution of the water uses in a context of drought: water availability from hydrological and social perspective

10. Meyer A., R. Paiva et al., Evaluating the value remote sensing observations to calibrate hydrological models

11. Thaís Regina Benevides Trigueiro Aranha; E. S. P. R. Martinsa and J.-M. Martinez, Quantitative analysis of chlorophyll-a in a semiarid environment using Sentinel-2 satellites

12. Narbondo S. and C. Chreties, Advances in soil moisture estimation from satellital data and its application in early flood warning systems

13. Perezza G., C. Chreties, M. Crisci, A. Gorgoglione, Creación y validación de la primera red de estaciones virtuales para Uruguay en cursos fluviales y lagos”

14. WongChui S., R. Paiva, S. Biancamaria, V. Siqueira, W. Collischonn, A. Paris, F. Papa, M. Parrens and A. Al-Bitar, Hydrologic and hydraulic fields from assimilation of multiple remote sensing products and future SWOT observations

15. Vergasta L. A., F. W. Silva Correia, W. de Brito Gomes, S. C. Chou, P. Nobre and A. de Arruda Lyra, ‘Assessment of the Water Budget in Madeira River Basin Simulated by the ETA Regional Climate and MGB-IPH Large-Scale Hydrological Model’

16. Sikora de Souza V. A, Otto Correa Rotunno Filho and D. M. Moreira, Remotely Sensed Rainfall Patterns in the Madeira River Watershed

17. Bandeira de Melo Ribeiro C., B. P. Mohanty, O. C. R. Filho, ‘Water balance analysis of the Amazon basin using remote sensing and hydrological modeling.’

18. Martins L. K. L. A., P. Maillard et al. , Absolute error analysis of water level series from multimission satellite altimeters over the São Francisco River.

19. Blumstein D., A. Guérin, A. Lamy, A. Couhert, A. Piquereau, B. Palacin, F. Rouzies, A. Mallet, S. Biancamaria, S. Le Gac, T. Amiot, P. Maisongrande, S. Cherchali, S. Coutin-Faye, ‘SMASH: A Constellation of Small Altimetry Satellites Dedicated to Hydrology

20. Lasson L., D.Blumstein, ‘Parabola and horizontal line detection in inland water radargrams’

21. Lasson L., D. Blumstein, S. Biancamaria, J-F.Cretaux, S. Calmant, S. Le Gac, F. Boy, N. Picot, ‘Validation of the database of hydrology targets for DEM onboard altimeters (Jason3, Sentinel-3A and Sentinel-3B)’

22. Sikora de Souza V. A., O. C. Rotunno Filho; D. Medeiros Moreira;; A. P. Rudke & M. Rocha Tortureli de Sá, ‘Dynamics of Deforestation in Amazonia and Impacts in Hydrology: Machadinho River Basin – Rondônia/Brazil’

23. Borges Nava D., T. de Jesus Pinto Fraxe, S. C. Pedrosa da Silva, A. V. Waichman, H. dos Santos Pereira, ‘Pitinga Mine (AM) and the Uatumã / Amazonas River Basins: RE-GENERATION Matrix as a proposal to strengthen Brazil’s Water Resources Management System (SINGREH)’

24. da Silva Cardoso C. C. M. Ferreira de Oliveira and J. S. da Silva, ‘Validação dos Dados do Satélite Altimétrico Jason-2 no Rio Solimões Amazonas’

25. Araujo A. A. M. and O. C, Rotunno Filho, “A research agenda to improve a Land Surface Scheme Model with lateral soil water redistribution to the Amazon Basin”

26. Abreu. A , Moreira D.M ,de Souza L.S, Modelagem Númerica e Sensoriamento Remoto: Um Estudo para a Caracterização Hidrológica e Estimativa de Vazões na Bacia Hidrográfica do Rio Paraguai.