Inge Sandholt

Institute of Geography

University of Copenhagen

Østervoldgade 10

1350 København K                                                                                             

 

Currently employed as associate professor in geography. Previously employed 4 years with the Agricultural University of Denmark/Danish Institute of Agricultural Science, and 1.5 years with DHI environment and water. MSc in geography from University of Copenhagen 1990, PhD in statistics from the Agricultural University of Denmark 1996.

 

Research interests:

 

Remote sensing, large scale hydrology, land use, natural resource management

 

 

5 publications:

 

 

Sandholt, I., Fog, B., and Fensholt, R. (2000). Flood monitoring in the Senegal

River valley: First results based on SAR PRI data. To appear in proceedings

of ERS/ENVISAT symposium, Goteborg, October, 2000.

 

Sandholt, I., Rasmussen, K., and Andersen, J. (2000). Derivation of a dryness

index from NOAA‑AVHRR data for use in large scale hydrological modelling.

To appear in IAHS Red Books: Remote Sensing and Hydrology 2000. IAHS/ICRS.

 

Sandholt, I., Andersen, J., Dybkjaer, G., Lo, M., Rasmussen, K., Refsgaard,

J. C., and Jensen, K. H. (1999). Use of remote sensing data in distributed

hydrological models: applications in the Senegal River basin. Danish Journal

of Geography, 99:47–57.

 

Rasmussen, K., Larsen, N., Planchon, F., Andersen, J., Sandholt, I., and Christiansen,

S. (1999). Agricultural systems and transnational water management

in the Senegal River basin. Danish Journal of Geography, 99:59–68.

 

Lo, M. and Sandholt, I. (1999). Utilation des images Landsat TM pour

l’estimation del la variabilite spatiale de l’humidite du sol destinee aux

modeles hydrologiques. In VIIIes Journees Scientifiques du Reseau Telede‑tection

de l’AUPELF‑UREF: La Teledetection en Francophonie: Analyse

Critique et Perspectives.