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Estimation of daily evapotranspiration using a two-layer remote sensing model



Estimation of daily evapotranspiration using a two-layer remote sensing model



International Journal of Remote Sensing 26(8): 1755-1762



A two-layer remote sensing model for estimating daily evapotranspiration over a large area was developed. The model followed an energy balance approach, where evapotranspiration is estimated as a residual when net radiation, sensible heat flux and ground flux are known. The accuracy of the model outputs was determined using harmonized surface conditions derived from measurements from ground stations.

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DOI: 10.1080/01431160512331314074


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