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Workshop on Estimating Evapotranspiration Using Remote Sensing and Surface-Energy Balance Methods

Helena, Montana - May 29, 2015




Background on Methods for Estimating ET Using Remote Sensing and Suface-Energy Budgets, Chuck Dalby, Hydrologist, DNRC

Estimating Crop Water Use Using Remote Sensing, Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Research Scientist, Minnesota Department of Agriculture

A Topoclimatic Air Temperature Dataset for the Conterminous U.S, Jared W. Oyler, University of Montana, Montana Climate Office

Improvements to the MODIS ET Model (MOD16) for Regional Application, Jami Seirer, University of Montana, Numerical Terradynamic Simulation Group

The Operational Simplified Surface Energy Balance (SSEBop) Approach for ET Estimation, Gabriel Senay, USGS

Characterizing Evapotranspiration with Remote Sensing, Roy Sando, Rod Caldwell and Kyle Blasch, USGS,  WY-MT Water Science Center

Montana Water Supply Initiative Method for Estimating ET and Consumptive Use, Troy Blandford and Gerry Daumiller, Montana State Library; Chuck Dalby, Russel Levens and Bill Greiman, DNRC

Surface-Energy Balance Methods for Estimating ET: Current State-of-the-Art and Recent Developments, Rick Allen, University of Idaho; Ayse Kilic, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Justin Huntington, Desert Research Institute, Reno NV

Satellite-Based Energy Balance Approach to Assess Riparian Water Use, Baburao Kamble, Ayse Irmak, Derrel L. Martin, Kenneth G. Hubbard, Ian Ratcliffe, Gary Hergert, Sunil Narumalani and Robert J. Oglesby