Quantifying parameter sensitivity , interaction , and transferability in hydrologically enhanced versions of the Noah land surface model over transition zones during the warm season

@inproceedings{Rosero2010QuantifyingPS,
  title={Quantifying parameter sensitivity , interaction , and transferability in hydrologically enhanced versions of the Noah land surface model over transition zones during the warm season},
  author={Enrique Rosero and Zong-Liang Yang and Thorsten Wagener and Lindsey E. Gulden and Soni Yatheendradas and Guo-Yue Niu},
  year={2010}
}
[1] We use sensitivity analysis to identify the parameters that are most responsible for controlling land surface model (LSM) simulations and to understand complex parameter interactions in three versions of the Noah LSM: the standard version (STD), a version enhanced with a simple groundwater module (GW), and version augmented by a dynamic phenology module (DV). We use warm season, high-frequency, near-surface states and turbulent fluxes collected over nine sites in the U.S. Southern Great… CONTINUE READING

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