ESTIMATING SURFACE FLUXES IN IRRIGATED AREAS WITH SCINTILLOMETERS

Oscar Hartogensis, Henk De Bruin & Oscar Hartogensis
Scintillometry has proven to be a good alternative method to obtain surface fluxes over heterogeneous areas over spatial scales of up to 10 km and in non-stationary conditions in the stable surface layer (see e.g. [1]). This study concerns agro- hydrological scintillometer applications of estimating evaporation over homogeneous irrigated areas on a scale of 50 to 500 m. Two types of scintillometers will be considered, notably the displaced beam small aperture scintillometer (DBSAS) and the...
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