Intercomparison of four remote-sensing-based energy balance methods to retrieve surface evapotranspiration and water stress of irrigated fields in semi-arid climate

@inproceedings{Chirouze2014IntercomparisonOF,
  title={Intercomparison of four remote-sensing-based energy balance methods to retrieve surface evapotranspiration and water stress of irrigated fields in semi-arid climate},
  author={J. Chirouze and Gilles Boulet and Lionel Jarlan and R{\'e}my Fieuzal and Julio C{\'e}sar Rodriguez and Jamal Ezzahar and Salah Er-Raki and Guillaume Bigeard and Olivier Merlin and Jaime Garatuza-Payan and Colton Watts and Ghani Chehbouni},
  year={2014}
}
Instantaneous evapotranspiration rates and surface water stress levels can be deduced from remotely sensed surface temperature data through the surface energy budget. Two families of methods can be defined: the contextual methods, where stress levels are scaled on a given image between hot/dry and cool/wet pixels for a particular vegetation cover, and single-pixel methods, which evaluate latent heat as the residual of the surface energy balance for one pixel independently from the others. Four… CONTINUE READING
Highly Cited
This paper has 30 citations. REVIEW CITATIONS

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 20 extracted citations

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 82 references

S - SEBI : A simple remote sensing algorithm to estimate the surface energy balance

G. Roerink, Z. Su, M. Menenti
Phys . Chem . Earth B • 2000
View 20 Excerpts
Highly Influenced

Integration of soil moisture in SEBS for improving evapotranspiration estimation under water stress conditions

M. Gokmen, Z. Vekerdy, +3 authors C. van der Tol
Remote Sens. Environ., • 2012
View 3 Excerpts
Highly Influenced

Estimation of the soil heat flux/net radiation ratio from spectral data, Agr

W. Kustas, C. Daughtry
Forest Meteorol., • 1990
View 1 Excerpt
Highly Influenced

Principles of environmental physics

J. Monteith
Edward Arnold, London, • 1973
View 1 Excerpt
Highly Influenced

World water resources: a new appraisal and assessment for the 21st century, UNESCO, Paris, available from: http://www.vliz.be/imis/imis.php?refid=11667(last access

I. Shiklomanov
2013

Improvement of FAO-56 method for olive orchards through sequential assimilation of thermal infraredbased estimates of ET, Agr

S. Er-Raki, A. Chehbouni, +3 authors F. Jacob
Water Manage., • 2012

Retrieval of evapotranspiration over the Alpilles/ReSeDA experimental site using airborne POLDER sensor and a thermal camera

M. 2012. Gomez, Olioso, J. Sobrino, F. Jacob
Remote Sens. Environ., • 2012

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…