Two-source energy balance model estimates of evapotranspiration using component and composite surface temperatures q

@inproceedings{Colaizzi2012TwosourceEB,
  title={Two-source energy balance model estimates of evapotranspiration using component and composite surface temperatures q},
  author={Paul D. Colaizzi and William P. Kustas and Martha C. Anderson and Nurit Agam and Judy A. Tolk and Steven R. Evett and Terry Howell and P. H. Gowda and Susan A. O’Shaughnessy},
  year={2012}
}
The two source energy balance model (TSEB) can estimate evaporation (E), transpiration (T), and evapotranspiration (ET) of vegetated surfaces, which has important applications in water resources management for irrigated crops. The TSEB requires soil (TS) and canopy (TC) surface temperatures to solve the energy budgets of these layers separately. Operationally, usually only composite surface temperature (TR) measurements are available at a single view angle. For surfaces with nonrandom spatial… CONTINUE READING
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