[605] - Evaluation of the cosmic ray soil moisture method correcting for remotely sensed biomass estimates

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Baatz, R., 2013. Evaluation of the cosmic ray soil moisture method correcting for remotely sensed biomass estimates. PhD Report, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany. Accessed from https://www.tr32db.uni-koeln.de/data.php?dataID=605 at 2019-07-20.
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Title(s):Main Title: Evaluation of the cosmic ray soil moisture method correcting for remotely sensed biomass estimates
Description(s):Abstract: Soil water content is a key variable in the global hydrological cycle. Important hydrological processes 25 such as evapotranspiration can be controlled by root zone water content if evapotranspiration is water 26 limited. This is in general the case in (semi-)arid environments and in the temperate regions during 27 summer time. Agricultural production can be limited by soil water content availability. This raises the 28 need for irrigation in large parts of the world to sustain food supply. Climate and weather conditions are 29 influenced by mass and energy fluxes between the land surface and the atmosphere. Under drought 30 conditions, evapotranspiration from the land surface increases compared to normal climatic conditions 31 (Dirmeyer and Brubaker, 1999).Furthermore, surface and sub-surface runoff generation depends largely 32 on the degree of soil saturation and soil hydraulic properties. To better understand hydrologic processes 33 on relevant scales, soil water content estimates are commonly a key component of hydrological (Brocca 34 et al., 2012), land surface and climate models (Koster et al., 2004). Recent publications (Vereecken et al., 35 2008) emphasize the need for soil water content measurements at the field scale to estimate process 36 variables and parameters. However, high spatial variability and temporal dynamics of soil water content 37 pose a challenge for soil water content measurements at relevant scales.
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Creator(s):Author: Roland Baatz
Publisher:CRC/TR32 Database (TR32DB)
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TR32 Topic:Other
Subject(s):CRC/TR32 Keywords: Cosmic Radiation, Hydrology, Soil Moisture
DDC: 551 Geology, hydrology, meteorology
Topic Category:Environment
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File Name:Report4_Baatz_2013.pdf
Data Type:Text
File Size:1601 kB (1.563 MB)
Date(s):Created: 2013-03-30
Mime Type:application/pdf
Data Format:PDF
Language:English
Status:Completed
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Download Information:Internal Report.
General Access and Use Conditions:For internal use only.
Access Limitations:For internal use only.
Licence:TR32DB Data policy agreement
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Measurement Region:RurCatchment
Measurement Location:--RurCatchment--
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Report Date:30th of March, 2013
Report Type:PhD Report
Report City:Jülich, Germany
Report Institution:Forschungszentrum Jülich
Volume:1
Number Of Pages:37
Metadata Details
Metadata Creator:Roland Baatz
Metadata Created:2013-11-29
Metadata Last Updated:2013-11-29
Subproject:C6
Funding Phase:2
Metadata Language:English
Metadata Version:V40
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