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Record number 302192
Title The scaling-up of processes in the heterogeneous landscape of HEIFE with the aid of satellite remote sensing
Author(s) Wang, J.; Ma, Y.; Menenti, M.; Bastiaanssen, W.G.M.; Mitsuta, Y.
Source Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan 73 (1995)6. - ISSN 0026-1165 - p. 1235 - 1244.
DOI https://doi.org/10.2151/jmsj1965.73.6_1235
Department(s) Winand Staring Centre for Integrated Land, Soil and Water Research
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 1995
Keyword(s) toepassingen - interacties - microklimaat - remote sensing - vegetatie - applications - interactions - microclimate - vegetation
Categories Remote Sensing
Abstract The use of satellite remote sensing is indispensable to improving the understanding of the processes of land surface-atmosphere interactions on a scale of 10 000 kmr in HEIFE. Because of their high spatial resolution, Landsat TM observations can be compared directly with surface measurements and be used for this purpose. The relevant data set and a state-of-the-art data processing methodology are discussed. A summer scene of TM was used to produce a set of maps of surface albedo, vegetation index, surface temperature, net radiation and other basic energy balance components of the whole area. Statistical analysis based on these maps revealed some quantitatively significant land surface parameters. Future developments are discussed.
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