I have a bachelor in environmental science and management and a master in spatial applications. I am doing a PhD in Geomatics in Mario Gulich institute (CONAE-UNC) and teach GIS in the university (UNC). I focus on developing spatial tools for water resources management for local authorities (Córdoba, Argentina).
In this workshop we will explore the use of GRASS + R for downloading and processing Sentinel 2 satellite images, in order to generate automatic outputs for monitoring water quality. With the use of the GRASS “i.sentinel” toolset, the power of GRASS “r.mapcalc” and the great graphical outputs of R package “tmap”, it is possible to generate a semi automatic workflow that is very useful for various spatial applications. In this case, we focus on the problem of eutrophication that affects many water bodies in the world due to the accelerated increase in organic pollution.
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