Center for Remote Sensing
The Center was established in 1986 as a facility for scientific research in the fields of archaeology, geography and geology.
We use satellite images and other data from airborne and ground sensors to study the Earth and its resources, particularly groundwater.
This includes the monitoring of environmental changes due to both natural processes and human activities.
In 1997, the Center was selected by NASA as a “Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing.”
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Minimizing the residual topography effect on interferograms to improve DInSAR results: estimating land subsidence in Port-Said City, Egypt (MDPI AG, 2017-07-21)The accurate detection of land subsidence rates in urban areas is important to identify damage-prone areas and provide decision-makers with useful information. Meanwhile, no precise measurements of land subsidence have ...
The application of predictive modelling for determining bio-environmental factors affecting the distribution of blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae) in the Gilgel Gibe watershed in Southwest Ethiopia (2014)Blackflies are important macroinvertebrate groups from a public health as well as ecological point of view. Determining the biological and environmental factors favouring or inhibiting the existence of blackflies could ...
(Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2016)Drylands regions of the world face difficult issues in maintaining water resources to meet current demands which will intensify in the future with population increases, infrastructure development, increased agricultural ...
(Field Science Center, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University, 2015-03)A combination of multispectral, thermal and microwave data obtained from space and supported by ground measurements are used to investigate the surface sediment characteristics of a desert plain area in Egypt (El-Gallaba ...