WaterSENSE consortium visit to Australia

After a long wait, representatives of the European partners from the WaterSENSE consortium visited Australia. It was a fantastic opportunity for the consortium members to meet face to face rather than via digital platforms. Read more >

2nd WaterSENSE summer school

The 2nd WaterSENSE Summer School will be held online and on premises at the University of Sydney from 23 to 25 February.
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The WaterSENSE February 2022 newsletter

The WaterSENSE project will provide water availability and mapping services for any place in the world at different time and spatial resolutions, based on earth observation data, hydrological models and local field data. Read more about the WaterSENSE project in the latest newsletter.

The WaterSENSE August 2021 newsletter

The WaterSENSE project will provide water availability and mapping services for any place in the world at different time and spatial resolutions, based on earth observation data, hydrological models and local field data. Read more about the WaterSENSE project in the latest newsletter.

The WaterSENSE February 2021 newsletter

The WaterSENSE project will provide water availability and mapping services for any place in the world at different time and spatial resolutions, based on earth observation data, hydrological models and local field data. Read more about the WaterSENSE project in the latest newsletter.

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The WaterSENSE June 2020 newsletter

The WaterSENSE project will provide water availability and mapping services for any place in the world at different time and spatial resolutions, based on earth observation data, hydrological models and local field data. Read more about the WaterSENSE project in the latest newsletter.

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Making sense of the water value chain in Australia

Making sense of water in Australia is something that the world was forced to do in the last month, simply by watching the news. We could all watch in horror how large parts of New South Wales were burning. A tragedy that causes a lot of suffering. Finally rain brought some relieve. However, already the next day news reports showed flooding due to massive downpours.

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Successfull kick off meeting WaterSense

On 23 and 24 January 2020, the WaterSense kick-off meeting was held at the eLEAF office in Wageningen. eLEAF was the organizer of the meeting and project partners and the EC officer took part in this launch event of the project. Two of the project partners are based in Australia, for this reason the meeting started early in the morning. During the meetings the project with the different work packages were discussed, and the work for the first 6 months of the project was determined.

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