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Remote sensing of energy fluxes and soil moisture content / George P. Petropoulos [editor]
Disponible en línea: Remote sensing of energy fluxes and soil moisture content.
Petropoulos, George P. (ed.) ;
Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press :: Taylor and Francis Group , c2014
Clasificación: 551.5253 / R4
Bibliotecas: Chetumal
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ECO030008573 (Disponible)
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Integrating decades of research conducted by leading scientists in the field, Remote Sensing of Energy Fluxes and Soil Moisture Content provides an overview of state-of-the-art methods and modeling techniques employed for deriving spatio-temporal estimates of energy fluxes and soil surface moisture from remote sensing. It also underscores the range of such techniques available nowadays as well as the operationally distributed networks that provide today in-situ validated relevant observations. The book brings together three types of articles: Comprehensive reviews that examine the developments in concepts, methods, and techniques employed in deriving land surface heat fluxes as well as soil surface moisture on field, regional, and large scales, paying particular emphasis to the techniques exploiting Earth Observation (EO) technology Detailed insights into the principles and operation of the most widely applied approaches for the quantification and analysis of surface fluxes and soil moisture with case studies that directly show the great applicability of remote sensing in this field, or articles discussing specific issues in the retrievals of those parameters from space Focused articles integrating current knowledge and scientific understanding in the remote sensing of energy fluxes and soil moisture, that are highlighting the main issues, challenges, and future prospects of this emerging technology. Designed with different users in mind, the book is organized in four more or less independent units that make specific information easy to find. It presents a discussion on the future trends and prospects, underlying the scientific challenges that need to be addressed adequately in order to derive more accurate estimates of those parameters from space.

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Preface
Acknowledgments
Editor
Contributors
Section I Controls, Conventional Estimation, and Remote Sensing Methods Overview
1. Turbulent Fluxes of Heat and Moisture at the Earth’s Land Surface: Importance, Controlling Parameters, and Conventional Measurement Techniques
2. Surface Soil Moisture Estimation: Significance, Controls, and Conventional Measurement Techniques
3. Remote Sensing of Surface Turbulent Energy Fluxes
4. Satellite Remote Sensing of Surface Soil Moisture
5. Remote Sensing of the Land Surface Radiation Budget
Section II Remote Sensing of Surface Energy Fluxes: Algorithms and Case Studies
6. A Comparative Study of Techniques for Modeling the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Heat and Moisture Fluxes at Different Agroecosystems in Brazil
7. Estimation of Land Surface Energy Fluxes from Remote Sensing Using One-Layer Modeling Approaches
8. Mapping Surface Fluxes and Moisture Conditions from Field to Global Scales Using ALEXI/DisALEXI
9. Spatiotemporal Estimation of Land Surface Evapotranspiration Rates from MODIS Data Based on a VI–Ts Approach
10. Global-Scale Estimation of Land Surface Heat Fluxes from Space: Product Assessment and Intercomparison
11. The Role of Scale in Determining Surface Energy Fluxes from Remote Sensing

Section III Remote Sensing of Soil Surface Moisture: Algorithms and Case Studies
12. Passive Microwave Remote Sensing Techniques for the Retrieval of Surface Soil Moisture from Space
13. Soil Moisture Retrieval from Synthetic Aperture Radar: Facing the Soil Roughness Parameterization Problem
14. On the Synergistic Use of Microwave and Infrared Satellite Observations to Monitor Soil Moisture and Flooding
15. On the Synergy between Optical and TIR Observations for the Retrievals of Soil Moisture Content: Exploring Different Approaches
16. Soil Moisture Remote Sensing and Data Assimilation
17. Scaling and Filtering Approaches for the Use of Satellite Soil Moisture Observations
18. Selection of Performance Metrics for Global Soil Moisture Products: The Case of ASCAT Product
Section IV Challenges and Future Outlook
19. Global-Scale Estimation of Land Surface Heat Fluxes from Space: Current Status, Opportunities, and Future Directions
20. Operations, Challenges, and Prospects of Satellite-Based Surface Soil Moisture Data Services
Index