Using Remote Sensing to Characterize and Compare Evapotranspiration from Different Irrigation Regimes in the Smith River Watershed of Central Montana

@inproceedings{Roy2017UsingRS,
  title={Using Remote Sensing to Characterize and Compare Evapotranspiration from Different Irrigation Regimes in the Smith River Watershed of Central Montana},
  author={Shimul Roy and Rodney R. Caldwell and Kyle W. Blasch},
  year={2017}
}
According to the 2005 U.S. Geological Survey national water use compilation, irrigation is the second largest use of fresh water in the United States, accounting for 37%, or 484.48 million cubic meters per day, of total freshwater withdrawal. Accurately estimating the amount of water withdrawals and actual consumptive water use (the difference between water withdrawals and return flow) for irrigation at a regional scale is difficult. Remote sensing methods make it possible to compare actual ET… CONTINUE READING

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