7 January 2021

HS1.1.2: Advances in river monitoring and modelling for a climate emergency

Co-organized by GI4/GM2/NH1 Convener: Nick Everard | Co-conveners: Silvano Fortunato Dal Sasso, Alexandre Hauet, Alonso Pizarro Abstract submission Water is our planet’s most vital resource, and the primary agent in some of […]
10 December 2020


We are promoting a new research topic entitled Advances in Hydrological Monitoring with Unmanned Aerial Systems in Frontiers in Remote Sensing. FRONTIERS IN REMOTE SENSING Abstract […]
6 November 2020

Special Issue “Global Gridded Soil Information Based on Machine Learning”

We would like to remind that Harmonious is running a special issue on Remote Sensing entitled “Global Gridded Soil Information Based on Machine Learning”. Remote Sensing is […]
29 September 2020

Refining image‐velocimetry performances for streamflow monitoring: Seeding metrics to errors minimisation

River streamflow monitoring is currently facing a transformation due to the emerging of new innovative technologies. Fixed and mobile measuring systems are capable of quantifying surface […]
20 August 2020

A geostatistical approach to map near-surface soil moisture through hyper-spatial resolution thermal inertia

Several methods have been developed to map soil water content exploiting data in the short and long wave regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Among these, thermal […]
4 June 2020

Flood ExtReme velOCity Estimations (FEROCE): Seeding metrics to image-velocimetry performances

Webinar organized by ‘River Monitoring’ working group of Harmonious – COST Action Flood ExtReme velOCity Estimations (FEROCE): Seeding metrics to image-velocimetry performances – by Alonso Pizarro
25 May 2020

Identifying the most important future challenges in drone-based environmental studies

This is the questionnaire developed by HARMONIOUS aimed at identifying the most urgent and important challenges drone-based science will probably face in the near future. All […]
22 May 2020

Can Low-Cost Unmanned Aerial Systems Describe the Forage Quality Heterogeneity? Insight from a Timothy Pasture Case Study in Southern Belgium

Applied to grazing management, unmanned aerial systems (UASs) allow for the monitoring of vegetation at the level of each individual on the pasture while covering a […]
31 March 2020

A career takes off – with drones adding lift

When a COST Action on the harmonisation of UAS techniques for agricultural and natural ecosystems monitoring (HARMONIOUS) started in October 2017, Goran Tmušić of the University […]