Investigation of Aerodynamic and Radiometric Land Surface Temperatures

@inproceedings{Friedl2002InvestigationOA,
  title={Investigation of Aerodynamic and Radiometric Land Surface Temperatures},
  author={Mark A. Friedl and Richard D. Crago and William P. Kustas and Yeqiao Wang},
  year={2002}
}
Introduction The surface temperature, Ts, of a land surface measured by a radiometer, Ts,r, and the temperature "felt" by the air, Taero, often differ significantly and are difficult if not impossible to define rigorously. However, recent studies conducted by the principal investigators with several land surface models suggest that this problem can be largely resolved. The main goal of this project was to use model-based and empirical studies to improve understanding and reconcile the… CONTINUE READING

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