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Title: Determination of surface resistance to evapotranspiration by remote sensing parameters in the semi-arid region of Brazil for land-use change analyses.
Authors: TEIXEIRA, A. H. de C.
Date Issued: 2012
Citation: In: SYMPOSIUM OF THE REMOTE SENSING AND HYDROLOGY, 2010, Wyoming. Proceedings... Wallingford: International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 2012.
Pages: p. 167-170.
Description: Field energy balances frorn irrigated crops (vineyards and mango orchard) and natural vegetation (caatinga) together with a net of agro-rneteorological stations were used to develop a model for lhe surface resistance (r,) to evapotranspiration at the basin scale in the serni-arid region of Brazil for land-use change analyses. It was done to make a historical picture at the municipal-district levei ofvegetation replacement in Pernambuco (PE) and Bahia (BA), Brazil. Although Petrolina, PE and Juazeiro, BA presented the biggest irrigated areas, the incrernents throughout the years (2002-2006) were smaller (213 and 171%) than those for Santa Maria, PE (275%) and for Lagoa Grande da Boa Vista, PE (260%).
Thesagro: Recurso natural
Sensoriamento remoto
Balanço de Energia
NAL Thesaurus: Energy balance
Water resources
Keywords: Recursos hídricos
Mudanças Climáticas
Satellite measurernents
Natural resource
Series/Report no.: (IAHS. Publication, 352).
Type of Material: Artigo em anais e proceedings
Access: openAccess
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