Looking to Landsat for Idaho Water Management

Looking to Landsat for Idaho Water Management

Source: Times-News Magic Valley

Since 2000, Dr. Rick Allen has been using Landsat to manage water in Idaho. By using Landsat to measure evapotranspiration, water consumption can be accurately estimated. Allen says that Landsat images are “necessary because you can’t manage water rights without being able to measure the water.” The Times-News Magic Valleynewspaper recently talked to Allen about his work.

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Researcher Looks to Space for Idaho Water Management Times-News Magic Valley,[external link]

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