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An encyclopaedia and an atlas of water on planet Earth featuring astonishingly detailed photographs from cameras aboard orbiting satellites, revealing the damage wrought by nature and by man.
Markus Eisl is a physicist and remote sensing expert. Fascinated by the combination of technology and aesthetics, he has been an analyst of Earth-surface imagery since 1995. Gerald Mansberger studied at Vienna University's Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, one of the leading research groups in radar remote sensing for soil moisture retrieval and monitoring of other land-surface hydrologic processes. Paul Schreilechner studied biology at the University of Salzburg, where he discovered a passion for geoinformatics and remote sensing.