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Remote Sensing and Hydrology


Series: IAHS Proceedings and Reports ("Red Books") Volume: 352

By: Christopher MU Neale(Editor), Michael H Cosh(Editor)

498 pages, 5 colour & 265 b/w photos and illustrations, 48 tables

IAHS Press

Paperback | Jul 2012 | #218407 | ISBN-13: 9781907161278
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Remote sensing continues to expand the ability of scientists to study hydrological processes. With each new technological development, more of the hydrological cycle is revealed. This impacts both the scientific understanding of hydrological processes and the models used for forecasting, and so the ability to improve decision-making processes and other applications is increasing. This compendium of more than 100 papers, an outcome of the latest ICRS International Symposium on Remote Sensing and Hydrology (Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA, Sept 2010), reviews the status of technologies and highlights new directions and opportunities for hydrological remote sensing.


- Preface by C.M.U. Neale and M.H. Cosh        v-vi
- Assessment of soil moisture retrieval with numerical weather prediction model temperatures Thomas R. H. Holmes, Wade T. Crow, Thomas J. Jackson, Richard A. M. de Jeu, Rolf H. Reichle & Michael H. Cosh        3-6
- Soil moisture retrieval using multi-channel passive microwave measurements through improved radiative transfer modelling Alok K. Sahoo, Ming Pan & Eric F. Wood        7-10
- Near-surface soil moisture estimation using AMSR-E brightness temperature D. Al-Shrafany, D. Han & M. A. Rico-Ramirez        11-15
- Improving satellite soil moisture estimates by combining passive and active microwave observations (1992–2008) Yi Liu, Robert Parinussa, Wouter Dorigo, Richard de Jeu, Wolfgang Wagner, Matthew McCabe, Jason Evans & Albert van Dijk        16-20
- SMOS soil moisture validation with dense networks: preliminary results Thomas. J. Jackson, Rajat Bindlish, Michael H. Cosh & Tanjie Zhao        21-24
- Evaluation of SMOS soil moisture with other existing satellite products Richard de Jeu, Thomas Holmes, Wolfgang Wagner, Wouter Dorigo, Sebastian Hahn & Robert Parinussa        29-33
- Evaluating remotely-sensed surface soil moisture estimates using triple collocation Wade T. Crow, Michael H. Cosh & Diego G. Miralles        29-33
- Using agricultural in situ soil moisture networks to validate satellite estimates Michael H. Cosh, John Prueger & Thomas J. Jackson        34-37
- Validation of the soil moisture measurement algorithm of AMSR-E Icirow Kaihotsu, Toshio Koike, Hideyuki Fujii, Tsutomu Yamanaka, Oyunbaatar Dambaravjaa, Azzaya Dorgorsuren & Kazuaki Shiraishi     38-41
- Towards a better monitoring of soil moisture using a combination of estimates from passive microwave and thermal observations Zulamet Vega-Martínez, Marouane Temimi, Martha C. Anderson, Christopher Hain, Nir Krakauer, Robert Rabin & Reza Khanbilvardi        42-45
- Using global land surface emissivity as soil moisture indicator H. Norouzi, M. Temimi & R. Khanbilvardi        46-49
- Field thermal infrared emissivity dependence on soil moisture Juan M. Sánchez, Andrew N. French, Maria Mira, Douglas Hunsaker, Kelly Thorp, Enric Valor & Vicente Caselles        50-53
- Monitoring the dynamic geohydrology of the Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park: an integration of airborne thermal infrared and LiDAR Imagery C. Jaworowski, H. P. Heasler, C. M. U. Neale , S. Sivarajan & A. Masih        54-58
- Estimation of surface energy fluxes in vineyard using field measurements of canopy and soil temperature M. P. González-Dugo, J. González-Piqueras, I. Campos, C. Balbontín & A. Calera        59-62
- ET estimation for olive orchards using satellite-based energy balance and ET simulation Cristina Santos, Ignacio J. Lorite, Masahiro Tasumi & Richard G. Allen        60-83
- Effectiveness of four water-bearing zones of the glacierized basin in meltwater runoff modelling Umesh K. Haritashya 63        63-66
- Snow cover and stream discharge in the Wind River Range, Wyoming, USA, 1970–2009 Dorothy K. Hall, James L. Foster, Nicolo E. Digirolamo, Jonathan S. Barton & George A. Riggs        67-70
- Refining components of a satellite-based surface energy balance model to complex land-use systems Richard G. Allen, Jeppe H. Kjaersgaard, Ricardo Trezza, A. Oliveira, C. Robison & I. Lorite-Torres        73-75
- Long-term global evapotranspiration from remote sensing Raghuveer K. Vinukollu, Alok Sahoo, Justin Sheffield & Eric F. Wood        77-79
- Seasonal evapotranspiration mapping using Landsat visible and thermal data with an energy balance approach in central Nebraska Ayse Irmak, I. Ratcliffe, P. Ranade, J. S. Irmak, R. G. Allen, J. Kjaersgaard, B. Kamble, R. Choragudi, K. G. Hubbard, R. Singh        84-89
- Two different remote sensing techniques for monitoring crop coefficient and water requirement of cotton Saleh Taghvaeian, Christopher M. U. Neale, Carlos A. C. Dos Santos, Doyle Watts, John Osterberg & Subramania I. Sritharan        89-93
- Adjusting for background soil evaporation when interpolating evapotranspiration between satellite overpass dates Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Richard Allen, Clarence Robison, Ayse Irmak, Ian Ratcliffe, Pari Ranade, Ricardo Trezza, Ramesh Dhungel & Eric Kra        94-97
- Implementation of SEBAL algorithm with Landsat Thematic Mapper 5 in lower Colorado River Basin Xiaofang Wei, Subramania I. Sritharan, Ramani Kandiah, John Osterberg, Christopher Neale, Keith Farrow & John Davenport        98-101
- Filling satellite image cloud gaps to create complete images of evapotranspiration Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Richard Allen, Ricardo Trezza, Clarence Robison, Aureo Oliveira, Ramesh Dhungel & Eric Kra        102-105
- Comparison of ET from two remote sensing-based surface energy models in south central Nebraska O. Z. Akasheh, A. Irmak, S. Irmak, I. Ratcliffe, R. Singh, P. Ranade & P. H. Gowda        106-110
- Reference crop evapotranspiration estimated from geostationary satellite imagery H. A. R. de Bruin, Isabel F. Trigo, P. Gavilan, A. Martínez-Cob & M. P. González-Dug        111-114
- Satellite-only latent heat flux estimation Kaniska Mallick & Andrew Jarvis        115-119
- ETLook: a novel continental evapotranspiration algorithm H. Pelgrum, I. J. Miltenburg, M. J. M. Cheema, A. Klaasse & W. G. M. Bastiaanssen        120-123
- Analysis of energy flux estimations over Italy using time-differencing models based on thermal remote sensing data C. Cammalleri, M. C. Anderson, G. Ciraolo, G. D’Urso, W. P. Kustas, C. Hain, L. Schultz & J. R. Mecikalski     124-127
- Validation of the global evapotranspiration algorithm (MOD16) in two contrasting tropical land cover types Anderson L. Ruhoff, Walter Collischonn, Adriano R. Paz, Humberto R. Rocha, Luiz E. O. C. Aragao, Yadvinder Malhi, Qiaozhen Mu & Steve W. Running        128-131
- Integration of multi-scale thermal satellite imagery for evaluation of daily evapotranspiration at sub-field scales M. C. Anderson, W. P. Kustas, W. P. Dulaney, F. Gao & D. Sumner        132-136
- Atmospheric correction of Landsat TM imagery for evapotranspiration estimation in the lower Colorado River basin Xiaofang Wei, Subramania I. Sritharan, Andy French, David Eckhardt, Ramani Kandiah & Andre Morton        137-140
- Applying remotely-sensed energy balance models in Iran: potentials and limitations Samaneh Poormohammadi, Mohammad H. Rahimian & Saleh Taghvaeian        141-144
- Utility of the thermal-based Dual-Temperature-Difference technique under strongly advective conditions during BEAREX08 William P. Kustas, Joseph G. Alfieri, Martha C. Anderson, Paul D. Colaizzi, John H. Prueger, Jose L. Chavez, Christopher M. U. Neale,        145-148
- Towards an improved mapping of evapotranspiration in semi-arid regions Mustafa Gokmen, Christiaan van der Tol, Zoltán Vekerdy, Wouter Verhoef, Okke Batelaan & Hasan Z. Sarikaya        149-153
- Modelling evapotranspiration by remote sensing parameters and agro-meteorological stations Antonio H. de C. Teixeira        154-157
- Modelling sensible heat flux for sparse arid natural ecosystems using multispectral video imagery Seifeldin H. Abdalla & Christopher M. U. Neale        158-161
- Custom software application for analysing urban landscape water use Adrian P. Welsh, Christopher M. U. Neale, Joanna Endter-Wada, & Roger K. Kjelgren        162-166
- Determination of surface resistance to evapotranspiration by remote sensing parameters in the semi-arid region of Brazil for land-use change analyses Antonio H. de C. Teixeira        167-170
- Spatial EvapoTranspiration Modelling Interface (SETMI) Hatim M. E. Geli & Christopher M. U. Neale        171-174
- Local and global sensitivity analysis on METRIC A. Irmak, R. Kumar & R. E. Allen        175-179
- Long path scintillometry: a brief review H. A. R. De Bruin & J. G. Evans        180-183
- The use of large aperture scintillometer and eddy covariance system for monitoring energy and water vapour fluxes over different surfaces in the Heihe River Basin, China Shaomin Liu, Ziwei Xu & Weizhen Wang        184-190
- Incorporating LIDAR data into scintillometer-based estimates of sensible heat flux considering different atmospheric stability conditions Hatim M. E. Geli, Christopher M. U. Neale, Doyle R. Watts, John Osterberg & Robert T. Pack        191-194
- Estimating ET using scintillometers and satellites in an irrigated vineyard in the Costa De Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico M. Mulder, J. A. Lopez-Ibarra, C. J. Watts, J. C. Rodriguez, O. K. Hartogensis & A. F. Moene        195-198
- Determining sensible and latent heat fluxes at satellite grid scales by two-wavelength scintillometry J. G. Evans, D. D. McNeil, R. J. Harding & H. A. R. De Bruin        199-201
- Impact of pixel versus footprint approaches on empirically derived ET estimates from Landsat TM Lynn F. Fenstermaker, Richard L. Jasoni, Jay A. Arnone III & Dale A. Devitt     202-205
- Ground-based riparian evapotranspiration measurements for remote sensing algorithms Ramanitharan Kandiah, Xiaofang Wei, Subramania Sritharan, Doyle Watts, Christopher Neale, John Osterberg & Sumantra Chatterjee        206-209
- How representative is a point? The spatial variability of flux measurements across short distances Joseph G. Alfieri & Peter D. Blanken        210-214
- A comparison of the eddy covariance and lysimetry-based measurements of the surface energy fluxes during BEAREX08 Joseph G. Alfieri, William P. Kustas, John H. Prueger, Jose L. Chavez, Steven R. Evett, Christopher M. U. Neale, Martha C. Anderson, Lawre        215-218
- Parameterization based on NOAA-AVHRR NDVI to improve conceptual rainfall–runoff modelling in a large West African catchment Alain Dezetter & Denis Ruelland        221-230
- Stream–aquifer interaction assessment using riparian evapotranspiration estimates from remote sensing algorithms Subramania I. Sritharan, Pramila Khanal, Xiaofang Wei, Ramanitharan Kandiah, Mark H. Hatfield, Christopher Neale & Johns Osterberg        231-234
- Airborne multi-sensor platform with potential for hydrological applications: demonstration of fluorescence measurements of turbidity Björn Baschek & Axel Winterscheid        235-238
- Integrated remote sensing of bathymetry and onshore topography for asset inspection, hydrology modelling and hazard assessment Todd J. Mitchell, Gilbert Suarez & Phil Hogan        239-242
- Evaluating the effect of uncertainty in the delineation of a watershed over the peak flow computation Luísa M. S. Gonçalves, Cidália C. Fonte & Ricardo Gomes        243-247
- Potential impact of Sambor Dam project on Tonle Sap Lake ecosystem based on remote sensing imaging Sushu Wu, Hiroshi Ishidaira & Wenchao Sun        248-252
- Multi-sensor remote sensing based modelling of the water balance of endorheic lakes on the Tibetan Plateau Volker Hochschild, Jan Kropacek, Sophie Biskop, Andreas Braun, Feng Chen, Manfred Fink, Joerg Helmschrot, Shichang Kang, Peter Krause, Reik Leiter        253-256
- Effects of resolution and scale on the accuracy of “impervious fraction” for urban catchments in Australia Rebecca Trevithick & Bofu Yu        257-261
- Impact of dynamic albedo and vegetation fraction on the simulation of drought in southeast Australia using a regional climate model Jason P. Evans, Matthew F. McCabe & Xianhong Meng        262-265
- Monitoring land surface changes and water deficit of Horqin Sandy Land in a changing climate Haijing Wang, Irena Hajnsek & Wolfgang Kinzelbach        266-271
- Sediment discharge from an agricultural watershed: investigating the influence of land-cover fragmentation using the GSSHA model Ariel C. Blanco, Kazuo Nadaoka & Ma. Cecilia R. Paringit        272-275
- Earth Observation integrated modelling tool for description of the water balance and runoff production of the Tibetan Plateau Guido D’Urso, Walter Immerzeel, Carlo De Michele, Hongxing Zheng & Massimo Menenti        276-279
- Sensitivity of glacial change detection on Bridge Glacier, Canada, to horizontal datum transformations Tristan Goulden, Chris Hopkinson & Micheal N. Demuth        280-283
- Detection and feature analysis of groundwater discharge points in coastal regions around Mt Chokaisan, Japan using ALOS AVNIR-2 data Yoichi Kageyama, Chieko Shibata & Makoto Nishida        284-287
- Remote sensing method for estimating green and blue water footprint Mireia Romaguera, Mhd Suhyb Salama, Maarten S. Krol, Zhongbo Su & Arjen Y. Hoekstra        288-291
- Analysing parameter sensitivities in a complex distributed hydrological model using remotely sensed surface temperatures Simon Stisen & Matthew F. McCabe        292-295
- Monitoring and modelling water quality parameters by means of hyperspectral data Asif M. Bhatti & Seigo Nasu        296-299
- Using SPOT-VEG based vegetation indices compared with AVHRR-based vegetation indices for drought monitoring in the south of Iran Mohammad Amin Owrangi, Mehrdad Rahnamaei, Ali Mohammad Zadeh & Reza Afshin Sharifan        300-303
- Transformations of river bed pattern of a lowland river inferred from aerial surveys and ground penetrating radar (GPR) Marcin SÅ‚owik     304-307
- Data assimilation for improving soil moisture estimation at hillslope scales: experiments with synthetic SMAP radar data Alejandro N. Flores, Dara Entekhabi & Rafael L. Bras        308-311
- Data assimilation of space-based passive microwave soil moisture retrievals and the correction for a dynamic open water fraction Ben T. Gouweleeuw, Albert I. J. M. van Dijk & Luigi J. Renzullo        312-315
- Estimating the global terrestrial hydrologic cycle through modelling, remote sensing and data assimilation Ming Pan, Tara J. Troy, Alok K. Sahoo, Justin Sheffield & Eric F. Wood        316-320
- Assimilation of remotely sensed snow cover within land surface models to support early detection of agricultural drought John Halquist, Gregory M. Fall & Dagang Wang        321-324
- Remote sensing and GIS in inflow estimation for reservoir operations – Magat Dam, Philippines Czar Jakiri S. Sarmiento, Rhodora M. Gonzalez & Peter M. Castro        325-328
- Using selective drainage methods to hydrologically-condition and hydrologically-enforce LiDAR-derived surface flow Sandra Poppenga, Bruce Worstell, Jason Stoker & Susan Greenlee        329-332
- Changes in topographic context of the Yanamarey Glacier in the Tropical Peruvian Andes Kyung In Huh, Bryan G. Mark & Chris Hopkinson        333-336
- Sensitivity of modelled evapotranspiration to canopy characteristics within the Western Boreal Plain, Alberta Laura Chasmer, Richard Petrone, Scott Brown, Chris Hopkinson, Carl Mendoza, John Diiwu, William Quinton & Kevin Devito        337-340
- Hydrological implications of periglacial expansion in the Peyto Glacier catchment, Canadian Rockies Chris Hopkinson, Michael N. Demuth & Michael Sitar        341-344
- Sensitivity of topographic slope and modelled watershed soil loss to DEM resolution Tristan Goulden, Chris Hopkinson & Rob Jamieson        345-349
- Estimation of vegetation hydrodynamic density using high density airborne laser scanning data M. Z. A. Rahman, B. Gorte & M. Menenti        350-353
- Relationships between snowpack depth and primary LiDAR point cloud derivatives in a mountainous environment Chris Hopkinson, John Pomeroy, Chris DeBeer, Chad Ellis & Axel Anderson        354-358
- Delineation of lakes and channels in the Mackenzie Delta, NWT, using airborne LiDAR Neville Crasto, Chris Hopkinson, Philip Marsh, Donald L. Forbes & Ian Spooner        359-362
- Estimation of composite hydrodynamic roughness over land with high density airborne laser scanning data M. Z. A. Rahman, B. Gorte & M. Menenti        363-366
- SWEHydro Model and AMSR-E observations: an effective tool to reconstruct snowmelt runoff timing and magnitude Joan Ramage & Kathryn A. Semmens        367-370
- Regional and temporal patterns of soil moisture during CLASIC using passive microwave satellite observations Rajat Bindlish, Thomas J. Jackson, Yongqain Wang, Jiancheng C. Shi & Jeffery Basara        371-374
- Polarimetric change detection for wetlands A. Schmitt, B. Brisco, S. Kaya & K. Murnaghan     375-279
- Canadian SAR remote sensing for the Terrestrial Wetland Global Change Research Network (TWGCRN) S. Kaya, B. Brisco, A. Cull, A. Gallant, W. Sadinski & D. Thompson        380-383
- Potential for improved crop yield prediction through assimilation of satellite-derived soil moisture data I. E. Mladenova, W. T. Crow, P. Doraiswamy, W. Teng & S. Milak        384-387
- Assessing the impact of Invasive Alien Plants on South African water resources using remote sensing techniques Caren Jarmain & Wouter M. L. Meijninger        388-392
- Salt cedar biomass study in Cibola national wildlife refuge Xiaofang Wei, Subramania I. Sritharan, John Osterberg, John Davenport & Terrell Washington     393-396
- Basal crop coefficient from remote sensing assessment in rain-fed grapes in southeast Spain Isidro Campos, Alfonso Calera, Claudio Balbontín, Enrique A. Torres, José González-Piqueras & Christopher M. U. Neale        397-400
- Coupling remote sensing and FAO-56 for a distributed water budget model in large areas: HidroMORE Enrique A. Torres, Alfonso Calera, Jose González-Piqueras, Eva Rubio, Isidro Campos & Claudio Balbontin     401-405
- Estimating Palo Verde irrigation district evapotranspiration using MODIS enhanced vegetation index and micro-meteorological data Sumantra Chatterjee, Subramania Sritharan, Doyle Watts & Thaddeus Tarpey        406-409
- Comparison of Sap Flux, Moisture Flux Tower and MODIS Enhanced Vegetation Index methods for estimating riparian evapotranspiration Pamela L. Nagler, Edward P. Glenn & Kiyomi Morino        410-413
- Irrigation scheduling decision support for field-scale, surface irrigation using remote sensing and ground-based data Douglas Hunsaker, Andrew French, Peter Waller, Eduardo Bautista1, Patrick Royer, Kelly Thorp, Pedro Andrade-Sanchez & John Heun        414-418
- Operational irrigation services from remote sensing: the irrigation advisory plan for the Campania Region, Italy Guido D’Urso, Carlo De Michele & Francesco Vuolo        419-422
- Earth Observation for irrigation and river basin management in an operational way: the SPIDER system Alfonso Calera, Anna Osann, Guido D’Urso, Christopher Neale & Juan Manuel Moreno        423-426
- The spatial and temporal variation of crop water consumption and the impact on water productivity in the Limpopo River basin Xueliang Cai, Poolad Karimi, Mutsa Masiyandima & Hilmy Sally     427-430
- Remote sensing techniques as a tool for development of small scale urban runoff model Wai Yeung Yan, Ahmed Shaker, Darko Joksimovic & A. Dialame        431-434
- SEBAL evapotranspiration estimates for the improvement of distributed hydrological model runoff and soil moisture predictions Nawa Raj Pradhan, Aaron R. Byrd, Fred L. Ogden & Jan M. H. Hendrickx        435-439
- Estimating African daily evapotranspiration using MODIS and MSG data Zhigang Sun & Mekonnen Gebremichael        440-443
- Threshold and parameter optimization method of the radar classified Z–I relationship and its application in flood forecasting Song Xingyuan & Luo Peng        444-448
- The impacts of radar-precipitation-estimation on streamflow simulation with HSPF Huijun Xu, Qizhong Guo & Yangbo Chen        449-454
- New generation flood forecasting in China: opportunity, research and challenge Yangbo Chen        454-458
- ASAR/ENVISAT images for the calibration of the wind hydrodynamic effect on Doñana wetlands Belen Marti-Cardona, Thanh Duc Tran, Ernest Blade-Castellet & Josep Dolz-Ripolles        459-463
- Global scale simulation of flood plain inundation with low resolution space-borne data Guy J.-P. Schumann, Jeffrey C. Neal & Paul D. Bates        464-467
- Calibration of rainfall–runoff models based on satellite observations of river width at the basin outlet Wenchao Sun, Hiroshi Ishidaira, Satish Bastola & Sushu Wu        468-472

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