flood management

Presentation by Charles Mazivanhanga

DREAM doctoral researcher Charles Mazivanhanga, and supervisory team from Cranfield University, paid a visit to the University of Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco (UJAT) to present a seminar entitled “Water Hazard Assessment in Tropical Areas”, based on the state-of-art research methods underway, the presentation provided an overview of the preliminary findings […]

Publication: Multi-temporal synthetic aperture radar flood mapping using change detection

Dream student Miles Clement has published a paper in the Journal Flood Risk Management, entitled ‘Multi-temporal synthetic aperture radar flood mapping using change detection’. The paper investigates a change detection and thresholding methodology, adapted from previous studies, to determine the extent of flooding for 13 Sentinel-1 synthetic aperture radar images […]