Progress in integrating remote sensing data and hydrologic modeling

@article{Xu2014ProgressII,
  title={Progress in integrating remote sensing data and hydrologic modeling},
  author={Xiaoyong Xu and Jonathan Li and Bryan A. Tolson},
  journal={Progress in Physical Geography},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={464 - 498}
}
Remote sensing and hydrologic modeling are two key approaches to evaluate and predict hydrology and water resources. Remote sensing technologies, due to their ability to offer large-scale spatially distributed observations, have opened up new opportunities for the development of fully distributed hydrologic and land-surface models. In general, remote sensing data can be applied to land-surface and hydrologic modeling through three strategies: model inputs (basin information, boundary conditions… 

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