Land surface process (LSP) parameterization plays an essential role in the construction of the numerical weather model and global circulation model. However, the key issues associated with energy balance of land surface process – a one-spot or one-site measurement cannot be used to describe the characteristics of spatial distributions with complex terrain. Then, one question surfaces, how can pointwise measurements be used to describe the surface characteristics of the other non-measureable sites? Hence, this project is designed to be implemented in three years with goals to answer the said question.
|Effective start/end date||1/08/15 → 31/07/16|
- Land Surface Process
- Energy Balance
- Surface Flux
- Automated SurfaceObserving System (ASOS)
- Bowen Ratio
- Eddy Covariance
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