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Use of environmental satellite data for input to energy balance snowmelt models
United States. National Earth Satellite Service
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Earth Satellite Service in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Contributions||University of California, Santa Barbara. Computer Systems Laboratory|
|LC Classifications||QH510 .U8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
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Use of environmental satellite data for input to energy balance snowmelt models: final report. United States. National Earth Satellite Service. University of California, Santa Barbara. Computer Systems Laboratory. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info The development of solar and longwave radiation models for alpine snow covered terrain, techniques for atmospheric correction of satellite radiometric data and for snow albedo determination from satellite, a very fast solution to the terrain horizon problem, investigations of the use of NOAA satellite data for snow surface temperature, mapping, and work on canopy cover measurements from Additional Physical Format: Online version: Use of environmental satellite data for input to energy balance snowmelt models.
[Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Earth Satellite Service, Use of environmental satellite data for input to energy balance snowmelt models: final report.
By United States. National Earth Satellite Service. and Santa Barbara. Computer Systems Laboratory. University of Use of environmental satellite data for input to energy balance snowmelt models / The objective here was to provide the means to setup Python workflows for preparation of input data for distributed hydrologic models.
The services we developed support the Utah Energy Balance (UEB) snowmelt model (Tarboton et al., ) and TOPNET hydrologic model (Bandaragoda et al., ). Britta leads development of the OpenET back-end data queries and time series tools in close coordination algorithms teams. Britta has extensive experience developing web-based climate and environmental data dissemination tools focused on end-user needs and usability (e.g.
Oakley and Daudert, ; Huntington et al., ). Toth () used for the first time analytical solutions to investigate groundwater flow in hypothetical small drainage basins. He found theoretically the existence of hierarchically nested groundwater flow systems: local, intermediate (sub-regional) and regional ().Topography, geology and climate turned out to be major factors for the formation of three sub-flow systems of gravity-driven flow HBV A comprehensive re-evaluation of the model was carried out during the 's and resulted in the present model version called HBV (Lindström et al., ).
The objectives were to improve the potential for making use of spatially distributed data in the model, to make the model more physically sound and to improve model :// Get homework help fast.
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Figure 1. Basic concept of GMB-RS, based on meteorological data and EO satellite data. For calculating snow and ice melt with Modeling and Simulation of Lithium-Ion Batteries from a Systems Engineering Perspective Venkatasailanathan Ramadesigan, a,∗Paul W.
Northrop, Sumitava De, Shriram Santhanagopalan,b,∗∗ Richard D. Braatz,c and Venkat R. Subramaniana,∗∗,z aDepartment of Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering, Washington University, St.
Louis, In this paper we report on a distributed version of the Utah Energy Balance (UEB) snowmelt model, referred to as UEBGrid, which was adapted to quantify the melting of glaciers taking advantage of NASA remote sensing and earth science data products such as, satellite data, reanalysis data HESS Opinions: Beyond the long-term water balance: evolving Budyko's supply–demand framework for the Anthropocene towards a global synthesis of land-surface fluxes under natural and Production efficiency models (PEMs) are based on the theory of light use efficiency (LUE) which states that a relatively constant relationship exists between photosynthetic carbon uptake and radiation receipt at the canopy level.
Challenges remain however in the application of the PEM methodology to global net primary productivity (NPP) :// Using MODIS and CERES Data to Improve Energy Balance Snowmelt Modeling Laura M. Hinkelman Jessica Lundquist University of Washington Rachel T. Pinker University of Maryland MODIS Science Team Meeting Atmosphere Team Breakout U.
Maryland Conference Center College Park, MD, MayThis paper presents a rapid, operational method for estimating at-surface albedo applicable to Landsat and MODIS satellite sensors for typical cloud-free, low-haze conditions and sensor view angles less than 20°.
At-surface albedo estimates are required input to various surface energy balance models that are applied ://(ASCE)()(51). W.W. (Walter) Immerzeel has fifteen years’ experience in geo-informatics, water resource management and climate change and is skilled in hydro-meteorological monitoring, the use of remote Investigation of product accuracy as a function of input and model uncertainities: Case study with SeaWiFS and MODIS LAI/FPAR Algorithm.
Remote Sens. Environ. Zhou et al., Variations in northern vegetation activity inferred from satellite data of vegetation index during toJ. Geophys. Res., (D17): An integrated modeling system has been developed for analyzing the impact of climate change on snowmelt runoff in Kaidu Watershed, Northwest China.
The system couples Hadley Centre Coupled Model version 3 (HadCM3) outputs with Snowmelt Runoff Model (SRM). The SRM was verified against observed discharge for outlet hydrological station of the watershed during the period from April to.
Estimating daily mean land surface albedo from MODIS data Dongdong Wang1, Shunlin Liang1,2, Tao He1, Yunyue Yu3, Crystal Schaaf4, and Zhuosen Wang4 1Department of Geographical Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA, 2State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science, School of Geography, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, 3Center for Satellite Combining Crop Models and Remote Sensing for Yield Prediction: Concepts, Applications and Challenges for Heterogeneous Smallholder Environments.
Report of Joint CCFAS-JRC Workshop. Venue: Joint Research Centre (JRC), Ispra, Italy. Date: JunePeter Hoefsloot, Hoefsloot Spatial Solutions, The Remotely sensed land surface temperature- (LST-) dependent evapotranspiration (ET) models and vegetation index- (VI-) LST methods may not be suitable for ET estimation in energy-limited cold areas.
In this study, the relationship of ET to LST was simulated using the process-based Simultaneous Heat and Water (SHAW) model for energy- and water-limited conditions in Mongolia, to understand the