Articles | Volume 380
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-380-73-2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-380-73-2018
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18 Dec 2018
Post-conference publication |  | 18 Dec 2018

Use of Sentinel 2 – MSI for water quality monitoring at Alqueva reservoir, Portugal

Miguel Potes, Gonçalo Rodrigues, Alexandra Marchã Penha, Maria Helena Novais, Maria João Costa, Rui Salgado, and Maria Manuela Morais

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The Alqueva reservoir is located in the southeast of Portugal. This region is facing an increase in droughts and a degradation in water quality mainly due to more frequent and lasting phytoplancton blooms. With satellite remote sensing is possible to monitoring such reservoirs. In this study, Sentinel-2 presents very good estimation for chlorophyll a, cyanobacteria and water turbidity during a micro algae bloom that vanished due to the approximation of hurricane Ophelia to Iberian Peninsula.