MODIS-driven estimation of terrestrial latent heat flux in China based on a modified Priestley-Taylor algorithm

@inproceedings{Yao2013MODISdrivenEO,
  title={MODIS-driven estimation of terrestrial latent heat flux in China based on a modified Priestley-Taylor algorithm},
  author={Yunjun Yao and Shunlin Liang and Jie Cheng and Shaomin Liu and Joshua B. Fisher and Xudong Zhang and Kun Jia and Xiangyong Zhao and Qiming Qin and Bin Zhao and Shijie Han and Guangsheng Zhou and Guoyi Zhou and Yuelin Li and Shaohua Zhao},
  year={2013}
}
a b s t r a c t Because of China's large size, satellite observations are necessary for estimation of the land surface latent heat flux (LE). We describe here a satellite-driven Priestley-Taylor (PT)-based algorithm constrained by the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and Apparent Thermal Inertia (ATI) derived from temperature change over time. We compare to the satellite-driven PT-based approach, PT-JPL, and vali- date both models using data collected from 16 eddy covariance flux… CONTINUE READING
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