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Developing the Remote Sensing-Gash Analytical Model for Estimating Vegetation Rainfall Interception at Very High Resolution: A Case Study in the Heihe River Basin
Accurately quantifying the vegetation rainfall interception at a high resolution is critical for rainfall-runoff modeling and flood forecasting, and is also essential for understanding its further impact on local, regional, ...
A New Digital Lake Bathymetry Model Using the Step-Wise Water Recession Method to Generate 3D Lake Bathymetric Maps Based on DEMs
The availability of lake bathymetry maps is imperative for estimating lake water volumes and their variability, which is a sensitive indicator of climate. It is difficult, if not impossible, to obtain bathymetric measurements ...
Editorial for Special Issue "Remote Sensing Water Cycle: Theory, Sensors, Data, and Applications"
Global water cycle dynamics involve the exchange of water and energy matter among the atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere. Remote sensing provides a unique advantage of observing and acquiring ...
Correction: Zhu, S., et al. A New Digital Lake Bathymetry Model Using the Step-Wise Water Recession Method to Generate 3D Lake Bathymetric Maps Based on DEMs. Water 2019, 11, 1151
In the published article , the authors realized some errors in the affiliation and email address of Yang Hong, and thus wish to make the following revisions: [...]