John T. Bolten

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Agricultural drought is defined as a shortage of moisture in the root zone of plants. Recently available satellite-based remote sensing data have accelerated development of drought early warning system by providing continuous soil moisture information in space and time. Nonetheless, the shallow sensing depth (top few cm) and uncertain accuracy of(More)
Remotely sensed soil moisture data can provide timely, objective and quantitative crop soil moisture information with broad geospatial coverage and sufficiently high resolution observations collected throughout the growing season. This paper evaluates the feasibility of using the assimilated ESA Soil Moisture Ocean Salinity (SMOS) Mission L-band passive(More)
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