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Estimation of spatially distributed surface energy fluxes using remotely-sensed data for agricultural fields

Estimation of spatially distributed surface energy fluxes using remotely-sensed data for agricultural fields

Hydrological Processes 19(14): 2653-2670

Land surface energy fluxes are required in many environmental studies, including hydrology, agronomy and meteorology. Surface energy balance models simulate microscale energy exchange processes between the ground surface and the atmospheric layer near ground level. Spatial variability of energy fluxes limits point measurements to be used for larger areas. Remote sensing provides the basis for spatial mapping of energy fluxes.

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DOI: 10.1002/hyp.5779

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