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Comparing and Combining Remotely Sensed Land Surface Temperature Products for Improved Hydrological Applications

Robert Parinussa, Venkat Lakshmi, Fiona Johnson, Ashish Sharma
2016 Remote Sensing  
Land surface temperature (LST) is an important variable that provides a valuable connection between the energy and water budget and is strongly linked to land surface hydrology.  ...  for anomalies and R 2 0.66 for raw data) and the combined LST product (R 2 0.18 for anomalies and R 2 0.62 for raw data).  ...  We are grateful to all contributors to the datasets used in this study, particularly we thank the teams from NASA and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency for making their datasets publically available  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs8020162 fatcat:6mxrqw2qdrhppdv7rrihitsud4

Advances in Remote Sensing and Modeling of Terrestrial Hydrometeorological Processes and Extremes

Ke Zhang, Jingfeng Wang, Iftekhar Ahmed, Prasanna H. Gowda
2016 Advances in Meteorology  
Advances in the runoff generation mechanisms and their representations in the hydrologic and land surface models are important for improving the accuracy of modeling land surface hydrologic fluxes.  ...  The ET retrieval model ingests net radiation, surface air temperature, land surface temperature, and soil heat flux, which can be provided or estimated by satellite remote sensing, to estimate ET without  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all the authors who contributed to this issue and all the reviewers who provide valuable, constructive comments to the manuscripts and help to improve the quality of these papers  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/4371840 fatcat:nqr42h652zfxbpuzs7yvzsujru

Preface "Advances in land surface hydrological processes – field observations, modeling and data assimilation"

Z. Su, J. Wen, W. Wagner
2010 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
, with emphasis on algorithm and validation, and applications of remote sensing data to numerical modeling. 3) Response of key variables of land surface hydrological processes to local and global climate  ...  This issue covers three themes: 1) Recent field experiments and preliminary results. 2) Assessment of land surface hydrological processes through ground measurements, remote sensing and numerical modeling  ...  We thank the HESS Editorial Board for their guidance and assistance during the production of this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-14-365-2010 fatcat:3dirmfwutneqhjr2y2zmfsb3ta

Recent Advancement in Remote Sensing Technology for Hydrology Analysis and Water Resources Management

Weili Duan, Shreedhar Maskey, Pedro L. B. Chaffe, Pingping Luo, Bin He, Yiping Wu, Jingming Hou
2021 Remote Sensing  
Water is undoubtedly the most valuable resource of human society and an essential component of the ecosystem [...]  ...  Last, but not least, we wish to express our gratitude to the editorial staff of Remote Sensing for their collaboration and prompt efforts in completing this task.  ...  Acknowledgments: As the Guest Editor of this Special Issue entitled "Remote Sensing in Hydrology and Water Resources Management", we would like to thank all the authors who contributed towards this volume  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13061097 fatcat:fdrcit2e2bctrbfowoy5uw3w7e

The Role of Satellite-Based Remote Sensing in Improving Simulated Streamflow: A Review

Dejuan Jiang, Kun Wang
2019 Water  
Next, the performance of satellite-based remote sensing (e.g., remotely sensed data for precipitation, evapotranspiration, soil moisture, snow properties, terrestrial water storage change, land surface  ...  Then, the application of data assimilation for merging satellite-based remote sensing with a hydrological model is explored.  ...  Remotely Sensed Land Surface Temperature Land Surface Temperature (LST) is the connection between water and energy balances.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w11081615 fatcat:s5yxlr7txzeyngp4n2p6kgjjfi

Preface to the Special Issue on "Hydrology from Space"

Anny Cazenave, Hubert Savenije
2008 Surveys in geophysics  
Remote sensing instruments aboard Earth-orbiting satellites give excellent new information on water distributed over the Earth-"Hydrology from Space" is the topic of the Special Issue of Surveys in Geophysics  ...  Kalma et al. (2008) compared different methods for estimating land surface evaporation based on remotely sensed surface temperature.  ...  The paper reviews methods for estimating evaporation from landscapes, regions and larger geographic extents, with remotely sensed surface temperatures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10712-008-9052-0 fatcat:fnqekpqtirckjau22dn2hesilm


2002 Research Perspectives in Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering  
Remote sensing techniques have been widely used to delineate the surface water bodies, estimate meteorological variables like temperature and precipitation, estimate hydrological state variables like soil  ...  for the hydrologic analysis.  ...  Authors also acknowledge NASA, ESA and other organizations for the public domain images used in this paper. Received 20 March 2013.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812777614_0008 fatcat:w52kw3wgbzfljpfv6jkfzpmnee

Developments in Remote Sensing Techniques for Hydrological Studies

R. P. Singh, P. K. Gupta
2016 Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy  
Variability of various hydro-meteorological parameters and recent satellite based observation on flood and hydrological drought condition in selected regions over India isdiscussed.  ...  Observations and modeling of terrestrial water cycle is important for sustainable management of water resources as well as understanding the impact of climate change.  ...  Mehul R Pandya, Shri V M Ramanujam, Shri C Patnaik and scientists of Land Hydrology Division for their inputs and constructive discussions.  ... 
doi:10.16943/ptinsa/2016/48484 fatcat:tve6prmtarglzhuco7b2vdwv2a

Progress and Challenges in Studying Regional Permafrost in the Tibetan Plateau Using Satellite Remote Sensing and Models

Huiru Jiang, Guanheng Zheng, Yonghong Yi, Deliang Chen, Wenjiang Zhang, Kun Yang, Charles E. Miller
2020 Frontiers in Earth Science  
Satellite-based optical and infrared remote sensing can provide information on land surface conditions at high spatial resolution, allowing for better representation of spatial heterogeneity in the Tibetan  ...  Being able to operate at "all-weather" conditions, microwave remote sensing has been widely used to retrieve surface soil moisture, freeze/thaw state, and surface deformation, that are critical to understand  ...  to these land surface products, and affect their application in permafrost studies (Kou et al., 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/feart.2020.560403 fatcat:275jv52tpfbx3d7xt6vwwlkc7q

A Review on Land Surface Processes Modelling over Complex Terrain

Wei Zhao, Ainong Li
2015 Advances in Meteorology  
In addition, the incorporation of remote sensing techniques will significantly help to reduce uncertainties in model initialization, simulation, and validation.  ...  A systematic review is introduced by pointing out the key issues for land surface processes simulation over complex terrain: (1) high spatial heterogeneity for land surface parameters in horizontal direction  ...  ), the West Light 14 Advances in Meteorology Foundation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the "Hundred Talents" Project.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/607181 fatcat:ksox7okszjbhrjthgqx2serzhe

A review of Canadian remote sensing applications in hydrology, 1995-1999

Alain Pietroniro, Robert Leconte
2000 Hydrological Processes  
temperature, primary productivity, land surface cover, clouds, aerosols, water vapour, temperature profiles and fires.  ...  Remotely sensed, spatial information such as leaf-area index, albedo, surface temperature, near-surface soil moisture and land use were used in the model.  ... 
doi:10.1002/1099-1085(20000630)14:9<1641::aid-hyp75>;2-i fatcat:etpyaosa7bgr7afchvhoa4o7ca

Special Issue on Remote Sensing of Snow and Its Applications

Ali Nadir Arslan, Zuhal Akyürek
2019 Geosciences  
Remote sensing provides a good understanding of snow cover and enable snow cover information to be assimilated into hydrological, land surface, meteorological, and climate models for predicting snowmelt  ...  assimilating snow into hydrological, land surface, meteorological, and climate models.  ...  for all their support and patience.  ... 
doi:10.3390/geosciences9060277 fatcat:kwpvsmpp7rb4vhlxbys6jlphgq

Food, water, and fault lines: Remote sensing opportunities for earthquake-response management of agricultural water

Jenna Rodriguez, Susan Ustin, Samuel Sandoval-Solis, Anthony Toby O'Geen
2016 Science of the Total Environment  
Earthquakes often cause destructive and unpredictable changes that can affect local hydrology (e.g. groundwater elevation or reduction) and thus disrupt land uses and human activities.  ...  We thus connect remote sensing of plant water relations to its utility in agriculture using a post-earthquake agrohydrologic remote sensing (PEARS) framework; specifically in agro-hydrologic relationships  ...  Diego Rivera Salazar, Jose Luis Arumi, and Carlos Sea for their efforts, assistance and provision of resources for data collection and analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.05.146 pmid:27241204 fatcat:bpkxoik2vrga3noaitirdwehae

A review of spatial downscaling of satellite remotely sensed soil moisture

Jian Peng, Alexander Loew, Olivier Merlin, Niko E. C. Verhoest
2017 Reviews of Geophysics  
However, these global soil moisture products, normally retrieved from microwave remote sensing data, are typically not suitable for regional hydrological and agricultural applications such as irrigation  ...  The purpose of this paper is to review existing methods for downscaling satellite remotely sensed soil moisture. These methods are assessed and compared in terms of their advantages and limitations.  ...  We would also like to thank the Editor Alan Robock, Editor-in-Chief, and three anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments that helped improve this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1002/2016rg000543 fatcat:lrxngwiqxjddhfnl2yzd6y7lk4

Hydrological consistency using multi-sensor remote sensing data for water and energy cycle studies

M.F. McCabe, E.F. Wood, R. Wójcik, M. Pan, J. Sheffield, H. Gao, H. Su
2008 Remote Sensing of Environment  
of the land surface water cycle, leading to an improved understanding of water and energy cycles within the NAME region and providing a novel framework for future remote observation and analysis of the  ...  Remote sensing-based variables including soil moisture (from AMSR-E), surface heat fluxes (from MODIS) and precipitation rates (from TRMM) are combined with North American Regional Reanalysis derived atmospheric  ...  ; and 3) NAG5-11610: Evaluation of Hydrologic Remote Sensing Observations for Improved Weather Prediction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2007.03.027 fatcat:p743nvpz7zah7a3nm5nclykrxu
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