Asmae Zbiri, Azeddine Hachmi, Fatima Ezzahrae El Alaoui-Faris
Automated Mapping of water bodies using lcviewer data can detect change of wetland. In this study, theoretical hypothesis of hydrological modeling can be available with global land cover viewer data (Mapping) and SM2RAIN. The purpose of this study was to investigate relationship between a newly developed precipitation dataset, SM2RAIN-ASCAT (Advanced SCATterometer), and Copernicus land cover viewer to detect water change in Inaouen river. We compare statistical data of permanent water bodies and SM2RAIN of years from 2015 to 2017. The comparaison of permanent water bodies and SM2RAIN is strongly expressed and can be used to detect change of surface water. The theoretical hypothesis of monitoring SM2RAIN providing near real bio-geophysical parameters based on low-to-medium spatial resolution sensors and including the memory of water bodies. Statistical analysis shows similarities of rainfall expressed by SM2RAIN and permanent water bodies. The results of permanent water bodies (lcviewer) forecasts maps compared with SM2RAIN data revealed SM2RAIN algorithm indicated a superior forecast skill than the water body.
Permanent water bodies, SM2RAIN-ASCAT, Land cover viewer, Copernicus, Inaouen river
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Asmae Zbiri, Azeddine Hachmi, Fatima Ezzahrae El Alaoui-Faris. (2023) Detection of Water Change and Perfermance of Land Cover Viewer Mapping From Copernicus. International Journal of Environmental Science, 8, 65-70