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Special volume 63 (6): Special Section: REFLEX 2012 - Regional Experiments For Land-atmosphere Exchanges; 1463-1638, Guest Editor: Bob Su
REFLEX 2012 - Regional Experiments For Land-atmosphere Exchanges. Preface to the Special Section
Timmermans, W.J., van der Tol, C., Timmermans, J., Ucer, M., Chen, X., Raj, R., Su, Z., Alonso, L., Moreno, J. , Carrara, A., Lopez, R. , de la Cruz Tercero, F., Corcoles, H.L. , de Miguel, E., Sanchez, J.A.G., Pérez, I. , Franch, B., Muñoz, J.-C.J., Skokovic, D.,
An Overview of the Regional Experiments for Land-atmosphere Exchanges 2012 (REFLEX 2012) Campaign
de Miguel, E., Jiménez, M. , Pérez, I. , de la Cámara, Ó.G. , Muñoz, F. , Gómez-Sánchez, J.A.
AHS and CASI Processing for the REFLEX Remote Sensing Campaign: Methods and Results
Relating Hyperspectral Airborne Data to Ground Measurements in a Complex and Discontinuous Canopy
van der Tol, C., Timmermans, W. , Corbari, C. , Carrara, A. , Timmermans, J. , Su, Z.
An Analysis of Turbulent Heat Fluxes and the Energy Balance During the REFLEX Campaign
Influence of Component Temperature Derivation from Dual Angle Thermal Infrared Observations on TSEB Flux Estimates Over an Irrigated Vineyard
Timmermans, W.J., Kustas, W.P. , Andreu, A.
Utility of an Automated Thermal-Based Approach for Monitoring Evapotranspiration
Intercomparison of Surface Energy Fluxes Estimates from the FEST-EWB and TSEB Models over the Heterogeneous REFLEX 2012 Site (Barrax, Spain)
Estimating Flood Quantiles on the Basis of Multi-Event Rainfall Simulation – Case Study
Effect of the North Atlantic Oscillation on the Pattern of Lake Ice Phenology in Poland
Experimental Study on Velocity Profiles with Different Roughness Elements in a Flume
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