Articles | Volume 380
Post-conference publication
18 Dec 2018
Post-conference publication |  | 18 Dec 2018

Evapotranspiration and evaporation/transpiration partitioning with dual source energy balance models in agricultural lands

Gilles Boulet, Emilie Delogu, Sameh Saadi, Wafa Chebbi, Albert Olioso, Bernard Mougenot, Pascal Fanise, Zohra Lili-Chabaane, and Jean-Pierre Lagouarde


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Mapping of transpiration T and evaporation E is crucial for assessing plant water use and plant water status at landscape scale. Dual-source energy balance models forced by thermal infrared observations provide separate estimates of E and T but rely on specific assumptions to get both terms from the sole surface temperature. We show here with a synthetic experiment that additional information is thus required, e.g. surface water content that can be derived from radar.