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Publications Citing Bowen Ratio Surface Flux: KSU (FIFE)

The following 9 publications cited the product Bowen Ratio Surface Flux: KSU (FIFE).

Year Citation
2000 Anderson, M. C.; Norman, J. M.; Meyers, T. P.; Diak, G. R.; (2000). An analytical model for estimating canopy transpiration and carbon assimilation fluxes based on canopy light-use efficiency. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 101 (4): 265-289.
1999 Qualls, Russell J.; Wagstaff, Mark; Crago, Richard D.; (1999). Equilibrium evaporation and positive evaporation-surface temperature relationships across a grassland. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 35 (5): 1125-1132.
1999 Song, J.; (1999). Phenological influences on the albedo of prairie grassland and crop fields. International Journal of Biometeorology. 42 (3): 153-157.
1998 Abareshi, Behzad; Schuepp, Peter H.; (1998). Sensible Heat Flux Estimation over the FIFE Site by Neural Networks. Journal of the atmospheric sciences. 55 (7): 1185-1197.<1185:shfeot>;2
1998 Wai, M.M.K.; Smith, E.A.; (1998). Linking boundary layer circulations and surface processes during FIFE 89. Part II: maintenance of secondary circulation. Journal of the atmospheric sciences. 55 (7): 1260-1276.<1260:LBLCAS>2.0.CO;2
1997 Kustas, William P.; Norman, John M.; (1997). A two-source approach for estimating turbulent fluxes using multiple angle thermal infrared observations. Water Resour. Res. 33 (6): 1495-1508.
1996 Crago, Richard D.; (1996). Comparison of the Evaporative Fraction and the Priestley-Taylor for Parameterizing Daytime Evaporation. Water Resources Research. 32 (5): 1403-1409.
1994 Gao, W.; (1994). Atmosphere-biosphere exchange flux of carbon dioxide in a tallgrass prairie modeled with satellite spectral data, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 99 (D1): 1317-1327.
1994 Smith, E.A.; Wai, M.M.K.; Cooper, H.J.; Rubes, M.T.; Hsu, A.; (1994). Linking boundary-layer circulations and surface processes during FIFE 89. I: Observational analysis. Journal of the atmospheric sciences. 51 (11): 1497-1529.<1497:LBLCAS>2.0.CO;2