2023 International Conference on Machine Intelligence for GeoAnalytics and Remote Sensing (MIGARS) 2023
DOI: 10.1109/migars57353.2023.10064509
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Analyzing the variations in the water surface area of Taleqan Dam of Iran using ground-based and satellite observations

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“…Water indices are commonly computed to improve the differentiation between water bodies and other objects. These indices are valued for their straightforward implementation and robust calculation capabilities, making them extensively utilized in dynamic analyses (Campos et al, 2012;Li & Roy, 2017;Tayfehrostami et al, 2023). The GEE-based monitoring in this study incorporates NDWI, thresholding, and post-processing techniques, including vegetation masking to eliminate nonwater fields and minimum connection pixels to reduce sparse noise.…”
Section: Water Surface Area From Sentinel-2mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Water indices are commonly computed to improve the differentiation between water bodies and other objects. These indices are valued for their straightforward implementation and robust calculation capabilities, making them extensively utilized in dynamic analyses (Campos et al, 2012;Li & Roy, 2017;Tayfehrostami et al, 2023). The GEE-based monitoring in this study incorporates NDWI, thresholding, and post-processing techniques, including vegetation masking to eliminate nonwater fields and minimum connection pixels to reduce sparse noise.…”
Section: Water Surface Area From Sentinel-2mentioning
confidence: 99%