Effect of spatial variation on areal evapotranspiration simulation in Haibei, Tibet plateau, China

@article{Li2006EffectOS,
  title={Effect of spatial variation on areal evapotranspiration simulation in Haibei, Tibet plateau, China},
  author={Zheng-quan Li and G. Yu and Q. Li and Yu-ling Fu and Y. Li},
  journal={International Journal of Remote Sensing},
  year={2006},
  volume={27},
  pages={3487 - 3498}
}
Quantification of areal evapotranspiration from remote sensing data requires the determination of surface energy balance components with support of field observations. Much attention should be given to spatial resolution sensitivity to the physics of surface heterogeneity. Using the Priestley–Taylor model, we generated evapotranspiration maps at several spatial resolutions for a heterogeneous area at Haibei, and validated the evapotranspiration maps with the flux tower data. The results… Expand
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