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Record number 302071
Title Regionalization and parameterization of hydrological processes at the land surface
Author(s) Dolman, A.J.; Kabat, P.; Elbers, J.A.; Bastiaanssen, W.G.M.; Ogink-Hendriks, M.J.
Source In: Scenario studies for the rural environment : selected and edited proceedings of the symposium scenario studies for the rural environment, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 12 - 15 September 1994 / Schoute, J.T.H., Finke, P.A., Veeneklaas, F.R., - p. 281 - 285.
Department(s) Winand Staring Centre for Integrated Land, Soil and Water Research
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 1995
Keyword(s) luchttemperatuur - microklimatologie - bodemwatergehalte - air temperature - microclimatology - soil water content
Categories Crop Meteorology
Abstract Hydrological processes on the land surface play a critical role in physically based hydrological and atmospheric modelling. A series of experiments have been initiated to test and develop parametrizations of spatial heterogeneity on the full range of spatial and temporal scales considered relevant. The methodology followed in these experiments is to combine small-scale measurements of energy partitioning at a few relevant typical vegetation types with larger-scale measurements obtained by aircraft and remote sensing and compare these with modelling results. The resulting improved understanding should help to include subgrid variability in large-scale hydrological and atmospheric models in a more realistic way.
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