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VISION: VIdeo StabilisatION using automatic features selection for image velocimetry analysis in rivers

VISION is open-source software written in MATLAB for video stabilisation using automatic features detection. It can be applied for any use, but it has been developed mainly for image velocimetry applications in rivers. It includes a number of options that ...
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Stochastic Analysis of the Marginal and Dependence Structure of Streamflows: From Fine-Scale Records to Multi-Centennial Paleoclimatic Reconstructions

The identification of the second-order dependence structure of streamflow has been one of the oldest challenges in hydrological sciences, dating back to the pioneering work of H.E Hurst on the Nile River. Since then, several large-scale studies have investigated the ...
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Estimation of soil moisture from UAS platforms using RGB and thermal imaging sensors in arid and semi-arid regions

 Soil moisture (SM) is a connective hydrological variable between the Earth’s surface and atmosphere and affects various climatological processes. Surface soil moisture (SSM) is a key component for addressing energy and water exchanges and can be estimated using different techniques, ...
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Analysis of Imagery – Image Sequences Processing

Measuring object displacement and deformation in image sequences is an important task in remote sensing, photogrammetry and computer vision and a vast number of approaches have been introduced. In the field of environmental sciences, applications are, for instance, in the ...
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RECONTRUCTION OF THE DATABASE OF THE RAINFALL ANNUAL MAXIMA IN CAMPANIA REGION

In recent years, extreme rainfall events are increasing both in number and intensity, but it is hard to identify specific trends and dynamics at regional level due to the strong variability of this process in both time and space. With ...
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Trend of Annual Maximum Rainfall in Campania Region (Southern Italy)

Extreme rainfall events are increasing in both number and intensity at global scale; however, it is hard to quantify the impact of climate change at local scale given the strong temporal and spatial heterogeneity of this process. Moreover, limited data ...
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In Situ Observation-Constrained Global Surface Soil Moisture Using Random Forest Model

The inherent biases of different long-term gridded surface soil moisture (SSM) products, unconstrained by the in situ observations, implies different spatio-temporal patterns. In this study, the Random Forest (RF) model was trained to predict SSM from relevant land surface feature ...
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Delineation of flood-prone areas in cliffed coastal regions through a procedure based on the geomorphic flood index

The geomorphic flood index (GFI) method provides a good representation of flood-prone areas. However, the method does not account for floodwater transfers in undefined interbasins (UIBs), which represent intercluded small basins along the coastline likely to be flooded by adjacent ...
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