Remote sensing of surface energy fluxes at 101 -m pixel resolutions: REMOTE SENSING OF SURFACE ENERGY FLUXES

@inproceedings{Norman2003RemoteSO,
  title={Remote sensing of surface energy fluxes at 101 -m pixel resolutions: REMOTE SENSING OF SURFACE ENERGY FLUXES},
  author={John M. Norman and Martha C. Anderson and William P. Kustas and Andrew N. French and John R. Mecikalski and Ryan D. Torn and George R. Diak and Thomas J. Schmugge and Bertrand C. W. Tanner},
  year={2003}
}
[1] Many applications exist within the fields of agriculture, forestry, land management, and hydrologic assessment for routine estimation of surface energy fluxes, particularly evapotranspiration (ET), at spatial resolutions of the order of 10 m. A new two-step approach (called the disaggregated atmosphere land exchange inverse model, or DisALEXI) has been developed to combine low- and high-resolution remote sensing data to estimate ET on the 10 1 -10 2 m scale without requiring any local… CONTINUE READING

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