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Relationship between Evapotranspiration and Land Surface Temperature under Energy- and Water-Limited Conditions in Dry and Cold Climates
Sun Z. G.; Wang, Q. X.; Batkhishig, O.; Ouyang, Z.
Source PublicationAdvances in Meteorology
2016
Keywordmapping evapotranspiration shaw model balance calibration algorithm fluxes heat
AbstractRemotely 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 differences in ET processes under these two limiting conditions in dry and cold climates. Simulation results from the SHAW model along with ground observational data showed that ET and LST have a positive relationship when air temperature (T-a)is less than or equal to the temperature (T-tra) above which plants transpire and have a negative relationship when T-a is greater than T-tra under the energy-limited condition. However, ET and LST maintain a negative relationship with changes in T-a under the water-limited condition. The differences in the relationship between ET and LST under the energy-limited and water-limited conditions could be attributed to plant transpiration and energy storage in moist/watered soil and plants. This study suggests that different strategies should be used to estimate ET under the energy-limited condition in dry and cold climates.
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Language英语
ISSN1687-9309
DOI10.1155/2016/1835487
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Document TypeSCI/SSCI论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/43215
Collection历年回溯文献
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Sun Z. G.,Wang, Q. X.,Batkhishig, O.,et al. Relationship between Evapotranspiration and Land Surface Temperature under Energy- and Water-Limited Conditions in Dry and Cold Climates. 2016.
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