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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2002

COMBINING REMOTE SENSING AND ENERGY FLUX MEASUREMENTS FOR EVALUATING THE INFLUENCE OF LAND SURFACE HETEROGENEITY ON EVAPOTRANSPIRATION

Land Surface Evapotranspiration

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Research, Education & Economics Information System (REEIS)

Titre : COMBINING REMOTE SENSING AND ENERGY FLUX MEASUREMENTS FOR EVALUATING THE INFLUENCE OF LAND SURFACE HETEROGENEITY ON EVAPOTRANSPIRATION

Identification : 1265-13610-027-06S

Pays : Etats Unis

Durée : Aug 1, 2002 à Jul 31, 2007

Domaine : Watershed Protection and Management ; Weather and Climate ; Instrumentation and Control Systems ; - Water resources ; Remote sensing equipment and technology ; Soil and land, general ; Meteorology and climatology ; Hydrology ; Mathematics and computer sciences ;

Partenaire : UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY LOGAN,UT

Objectif  : Evaluate the impact of land surface heterogeneity on surface-atmosphere flux exchange and evapotranspiration (ET) using remote sensing fields at different resolutions and with a network of tower-based flux measurement

Descriptif
Remotely sensed and surface flux from large scale remote sensing/hydrology field experiment will serve as boundary conditions for evaluating the impact of landscape variability on land-atmosphere flux exchange and ET. Geostatistical and wavelet transform techniques will be used to determine how the scale surface variability affects energy exchange and atmospheric turbulent properties

Présentation : USDA

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