Patrick Matgen focuses on Flood myth, Remote sensing, Hydrology, Synthetic aperture radar and Digital elevation model. His work on Flood forecasting as part of general Flood myth research is often related to Boundary value problem, thus linking different fields of science. His research integrates issues of Meteorology and Water content in his study of Remote sensing.
His studies in Hydrology integrate themes in fields like Calibration, Structural basin and Dimension. Patrick Matgen has researched Synthetic aperture radar in several fields, including Change detection and Radar imaging. His Digital elevation model research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Floodplain, Routing, Lidar, HEC-HMS and Hydraulic structure.
Patrick Matgen mostly deals with Flood myth, Remote sensing, Synthetic aperture radar, Hydrology and Water content. His biological study deals with issues like Floodplain, which deal with fields such as Metal contamination. His Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Meteorology, Data assimilation and Radar imaging.
His work in Synthetic aperture radar addresses subjects such as Thresholding, which are connected to disciplines such as Speckle pattern. His research investigates the connection between Hydrology and topics such as Calibration that intersect with problems in Hydrograph. Patrick Matgen has included themes like Scatterometer, Soil science, Correlation coefficient and Remote sensing in his Water content study.
Patrick Matgen mainly focuses on Flood myth, Synthetic aperture radar, Remote sensing, Water content and Scale. The various areas that Patrick Matgen examines in his Flood myth study include Cartography, Scale, Meteorology and Time series. His research in Synthetic aperture radar intersects with topics in Change detection, Data collection, Real-time computing, Flood Image and Flood forecasting.
His study in the field of Interferometric synthetic aperture radar also crosses realms of Fully automatic. His Water content research is included under the broader classification of Hydrology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil science, Spatial analysis and Bathymetry in addition to Scale.
Synthetic aperture radar, Flood myth, Natural hazard, Environmental resource management and Estimation are his primary areas of study. His Synthetic aperture radar research integrates issues from Filter, Data processing system, Data assimilation, Flood forecasting and Big data. Patrick Matgen merges Flood myth with Context in his research.
Patrick Matgen combines Natural hazard and Citizen science in his research.
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Soil moisture estimation through ASCAT and AMSR-E sensors: An intercomparison and validation study across Europe
L. Brocca;S. Hasenauer;T. Lacava;F. Melone.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2011)
Influence of uncertain boundary conditions and model structure on flood inundation predictions.
Florian Pappenberger;Patrick Matgen;Keith J. Beven;Jean-Baptiste Henry.
Advances in Water Resources (2006)
Towards an automated SAR-based flood monitoring system: Lessons learned from two case studies
P. Matgen;R. Hostache;G. Schumann;L. Pfister.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2011)
Progress in integration of remote sensing– derived flood extent and stage data and hydraulic models
Guy Schumann;Paul D. Bates;Matthew S. Horritt;Patrick Matgen.
Reviews of Geophysics (2009)
A Change Detection Approach to Flood Mapping in Urban Areas Using TerraSAR-X
L. Giustarini;R. Hostache;P. Matgen;Guy J.-P Schumann.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2013)
Multi-method global sensitivity analysis of flood inundation models.
Florian Pappenberger;Keith J. Beven;Keith J. Beven;Marco Ratto;Patrick Matgen.
Advances in Water Resources (2008)
Understanding catchment behavior through stepwise model concept improvement
Fabrizio Fenicia;Hubert H. G. Savenije;Patrick Matgen;Laurent Pfister.
Water Resources Research (2008)
Comparison of remotely sensed water stages from LiDAR, topographic contours and SRTM
G. Schumann;P. Matgen;M.E.J. Cutler;A. Black.
Isprs Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (2008)
Integration of SAR-derived river inundation areas, high-precision topographic data and a river flow model toward near real-time flood management
Patrick Matgen;Guy J.-P. Schumann;Jean-Baptiste Henry;Lucien Hoffmann.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2007)
High-Resolution 3-D Flood Information From Radar Imagery for Flood Hazard Management
G. Schumann;R. Hostache;C. Puech;L. Hoffmann.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2007)
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