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A thermal hydraulic disaggregation of soil moisture (THySM) algorithm was implemented to downscale NASA's soil moisture active passive (SMAP) enhanced soil moisture (SM) product to 1 km over the continental United States (CONUS). This algorithm was developed by combining thermal inertia theory with a soil hydraulic-based approach that considers fine-scale SM spatial distribution driven by both heat fluxes and hydraulic conductivity in soils. Relative soil wetness values were estimated usingdoi:10.1109/jstars.2022.3165644 fatcat:tf5wo2t72neypig2uzj6xbvvju