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S-VISSR image-based Chinese energy and water balance system and its potential application on drought monitoring
Author(s): Rongzhang Wu; Liqin Hu; Yuanyuan Zhang; Suan Qian; Ran You
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Paper Abstract

A Chinese Energy and Water Balance Monitoring System (CEWBMS) has been run for more than two years in China National Satellite Meteorology Center (CNSMC), which uses geostationary satellite GMS-5/FY-2 S-VISSR image to generate a set of surface energy and water balance parameters including precipitation, global radiation, net radiation, actual evapotranspiration, potential evapotranspiration, relative evapotranspiration and climate and soil moisture index at al. in daily or decade base. The validations show good coincidence with ground measurements and demonstrated the CEWBMS products are meaningful and reliable. An investigation for the potential application of the relative evapotranspiration in drought monitory also has been done. It shows a good coincidence between the detected drought by CEWBMS relative evapotranspiration and the real drought situation and indicates the relative evapotranspiration of CEWBMS may have widely application in drought monitory.

Paper Details

Date Published: 16 June 2003
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 4895, Applications with Weather Satellites, (16 June 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.466803
Show Author Affiliations
Rongzhang Wu, China National Satellite Meteorology Ctr. (China)
Liqin Hu, China National Satellite Meteorology Ctr. (China)
Yuanyuan Zhang, China National Satellite Meteorology Ctr. (China)
Suan Qian, China Meteorological Administration (China)
Ran You, China National Satellite Meteorology Ctr. (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4895:
Applications with Weather Satellites
W. Paul Menzel; Wen-Jian Zhang; John Le Marshall; Masami Tokuno, Editor(s)

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