What is Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing?
The scientific-technical disciplines of photogrammetry and remote sensing focus on obtaining information about distant objects and processes from sensors that are not in contact with the objects, and by subsequent analysis of the acquired data. While photogrammetry concentrates on reconstructing the geometric form of objects, remote sensing puts emphasis on the retrieval of physical object properties.
 
Latest IPF Publications

  1. E. Högström, A. Trofaier, I. Gouttevin, A. Bartsch:
    "Assessing Seasonal Backscatter Variations with Respect to Uncertainties in Soil Moisture Retrieval in Siberian Tundra Regions";
    Remote Sensing, 6 (2014), 9; 8718 - 8738.

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  2. M. Hirschi, B. Mueller, W. Dorigo, S. Seneviratne:
    "Using remotely sensed soil moisture for land-atmosphere coupling diagnostics: The role of surface vs. root-zone soil moisture variability";
    Remote Sensing of Environment, 154 (2014), 246 - 252.

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  3. K. Rötzer, C. Montzka, H. Bogena, W. Wagner, Y. Kerr, R. Kidd, H. Vereecken:
    "Catchment scale validation of SMOS and ASCAT soil moisture products using hydrological modeling and temporal stability analysis";
    Journal of Hydrology, 519, Part A (2014), 934 - 946.

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