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Title : COMBINING OBSERVATIONS IN THE REFLECTIVE SOLAR AND THERMAL DOMAINS FOR IMPROVED CARBON AND ENERGY FLUX ESTIMATION
Company : University of Maryland
File Name : Houborg_1.pdf
Size : 796199
Type : application/pdf
Date : 13-Jun-2010
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Rasmus Houborg, Martha C. Anderson and William P. Kustas

This study investigates the utility of integrating remotely sensed estimates of leaf chlorophyll (Cab) into a thermalbased Two-Source Energy Balance (TSEB) model that estimates land-surface CO2 and energy fluxes using an analytical, light-use-efficiency (LUE) based model of canopy resistance. The LUE model component computes canopy-scale carbon assimilation and transpiration fluxes and incorporates LUE modifications from a nominal (species-dependent) value (LUEn) in response to variations in environmental conditions.
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