An Overview of the Regional Experiments for Land-atmosphere Exchanges 2012 (REFLEX 2012) Campaign

Autor(en): Timmermans, Wim J.
van der Tol, Christiaan
Timmermans, Joris
Ucer, Murat
Chen, Xuelong
Alonso, Luis
Moreno, Jose
Carrara, Arnaud
Lopez, Ramon
Tercero, Fernando de la Cruz
Corcoles, Horacio L.
de Miguel, Eduardo
Sanchez, Jose A. G.
Perez, Irene
Franch, Belen
Munoz, Juan-Carlos J.
Skokovic, Drazen
Sobrino, Jose
Soria, Guillem
MacArthur, Alasdair
Vescovo, Loris
Reusen, Ils
Andreu, Ana
Burkart, Andreas
Cilia, Chiara
Contreras, Sergio
Corbari, Chiara
Calleja, Javier F.
Guzinski, Radoslaw
Hellmann, Christine
Herrmann, Ittai
Kerr, Gregoire
Lazar, Adina-Laura
Leutner, Benjamin
Mendiguren, Gorka
Nasilowska, Sylwia
Nieto, Hector
Pachego-Labrador, Javier
Pulanekar, Survana
Raj, Rahul
Schikling, Anke
Siegmann, Bastian
von Bueren, Stefanie
Su, Zhongbo (Bob)
Stichwörter: calibration and validation; ENERGY-BALANCE; EVAPOTRANSPIRATION; FLUXES; Geochemistry & Geophysics; ISSUES; land-atmosphere interaction; multi-scale heterogeneity; quantitative remote sensing; REMOTE; turbulence; VALIDATION; WATER
Erscheinungsdatum: 2015
Herausgeber: SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING AG
Journal: ACTA GEOPHYSICA
Volumen: 63
Ausgabe: 6
Startseite: 1465
Seitenende: 1484
Zusammenfassung: 
The REFLEX 2012 campaign was initiated as part of a training course on the organization of an airborne campaign to support advancement of the understanding of land-atmosphere interaction processes. This article describes the campaign, its objectives and observations, remote as well as in situ. The observations took place at the experimental Las Tiesas farm in an agricultural area in the south of Spain. During the period of ten days, measurements were made to capture the main processes controlling the local and regional land-atmosphere exchanges. Apart from multi-temporal, multi-directional and multi-spatial space-borne and airborne observations, measurements of the local meteorology, energy fluxes, soil temperature profiles, soil moisture profiles, surface temperature, canopy structure as well as leaf-level measurements were carried out. Additional thermo-dynamical monitoring took place at selected sites. After presenting the different types of measurements, some examples are given to illustrate the potential of the observations made.
ISSN: 18956572
DOI: 10.2478/s11600-014-0254-1

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