Land-surface modelling in hydrological perspective – a review

@inproceedings{Overgaard2006LandsurfaceMI,
  title={Land-surface modelling in hydrological perspective – a review},
  author={Jan Arnholtz Overgaard and Dan Rosbjerg and Michael Brian Butts},
  year={2006}
}
The purpose of this paper is to provide a review of the different types of energy-based land-surface models (LSMs) and discuss some of the new possibilities that will arise when energy-based LSMs are combined with distributed hydrological modelling. We choose to focus on energy-based approaches, because in comparison to the traditional potential evapotranspiration models, these approaches allow for a stronger link to remote sensing and atmospheric modelling. New opportunities for evaluation of… CONTINUE READING

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