Analysing parameter sensitivities in a complex distributed hydrological model using remotely sensed surface temperatures

Simon Stisen, Matthew F. Mccabe

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Abstrakt

Through a sensitivity analysis it is shown that traditional objective functions based on stream discharge and groundwater levels cannot alone constrain a complex groundwater-surface water-energy balance model. The patterns of land surface parameters especially require a distributed observational dataset. It is suggested that the traditional lumped observations are complemented by diurnal change in remotely-sensed land surface temperature in order to minimize the quantitative uncertainty of the spatial objective functions.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelRemote Sensing and Hydrology
RedaktørerChristopher M.U. Neale, Michael H. Cosh
ForlagInternational Association of Hydrological Sciences
Sider292-295
Antal sider4
ISBN (Trykt)9781907161278
StatusUdgivet - 2012
BegivenhedRemote Sensing and Hydrology Symposium - Jackson Hole, WY, USA
Varighed: 27 sep. 201030 sep. 2010

Publikationsserier

NavnIAHS-AISH Publication
Vol/bind352
ISSN (Trykt)0144-7815

Konference

KonferenceRemote Sensing and Hydrology Symposium
Land/OmrådeUSA
ByJackson Hole, WY
Periode27/09/1030/09/10

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  • Programområde 2: Vandressourcer

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