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Publication . Other literature type . Conference object . 2016

Study of water use in agricultural landscapes at high spatiotemporal resulotion

Yang Yang; Martha C. Anderson; Feng Gao; Yun Yang; Liang Sun;
Open Access
Published: 01 Jul 2016
Publisher: IEEE

A detailed spatially explicit evapotranspiration (ET) mapping at daily basis is of substantial benefit for agricultural water management. An integrated multi-sensor approach that combines the benefits of the high spatial resolution of Landsat and the high temporal resolution of MODIS and geostationary satellites to provide daily field-scale ET estimates is evaluated over two different agricultural landscapes. The ET data fusion methodology described here can provide detailed information about daily and seasonal water use patterns. This information can be of utility for irrigation managers at the scale of individual fields as well as for regional monitoring of water use toward allocation and conservation efforts.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Agricultural landscapes Scale (map) Data integration computer.software_genre computer Environmental resource management business.industry business Geostationary orbit Irrigation Water use Sensor fusion Evapotranspiration Environmental science Remote sensing

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