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Evaluation of six satellite-derived Fraction of Absorbed Photosynthetic Active Radiation (FAPAR) products across the Australian continent

Christopher A. Pickett-Heaps, Josep G. Canadell, Peter R. Briggs, Nadine Gobron, Vanessa Haverd, Matt J. Paget, Bernard Pinty, Michael R. Raupach
2014 Remote Sensing of Environment  
These inconsistencies can in turn be partially attributed to changes in biome type that are relevant to certain products and related model-specific assumptions.  ...  Satellite remote sensing products of the Fraction of Absorbed Photosynthetically Active Radiation (FAPAR) are routinely used for diverse applications in Earth-System and land-surface modelling and monitoring  ...  drawn from samples with mean and standard deviation derived from literature values (Barry, Newnham, & Stone, 2009; Datt, 1998 Datt, , 1999 .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2013.08.037 fatcat:e6bzdxu64zfdtovkmqyzoekjte

A deep learning hybrid predictive modeling (HPM) approach for estimating evapotranspiration and ecosystem respiration

Jiancong Chen, Baptiste Dafflon, Anh Phuong Tran, Nicola Falco, Susan S. Hubbard
2021 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
datasets to estimate ET and Reco in high space–time resolution.  ...  In this study, we developed a hybrid predictive modeling approach (HPM) that integrates eddy covariance measurements, physically based model simulation results, meteorological forcings, and remote-sensing  ...  HPM is hybrid as it can flexibly integrate direct measurements from flux towers and/or physically based model results (e.g., CLM) and utilize a deep learning long shortterm memory recurrent neural network  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-25-6041-2021 fatcat:cfnmp6s2pjch5h6actxkxapb7u

Towards decision support models for an un-gauded catchment in India, the case of Anas catchment [online]

Anupam K. Singh
involves linking spatial data with time series.  ...  the observed time series.  ...  The primary derivers used in the IMPACT-WATER model (Rosegrant et. al. 2000) for various scenarios are: a) Economic and demographic drivers including population growth, rate of urbanisation, rate of  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1372004 fatcat:vrxcmbflgfej5otec7ogpaw3t4