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The 4DMED-Hydrology project aims at achieving this objective by developing and validating a novel and advanced set of EO-based products that together with additional information (in-situ data, model results) may provide an accurate reconstruction of the Mediterranean Land “Earth system”, its land-atmosphere interactions and relevant processes (also human activities) based on the latest advances in EO technology (4DMed-Hydrology dataset). Further information can be found on the official website: <https://www.4dmed-hydrology.org/>.

4DMED, 4dmed_stations, hydrology, Morocco, Tunisia, Europe, France, Italy, Spain, Turkey

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Eurac Research - Earth Observation Institute
Bolzano, Italy, Trentino Alto-Adige, 39100, ITA
Eurac Research - Earth Observation
Bolzano, Bolzano Province, ITA

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