Wim Bastiaanssen
Wim Bastiaanssen
UNESCO-IHE, Professor Remote Sensing for Water Resources Management, Delft University of Technology
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A remote sensing surface energy balance algorithm for land (SEBAL). 1. Formulation
WGM Bastiaanssen, M Menenti, RA Feddes, AAM Holtslag
Journal of hydrology 212, 198-212, 1998
2642*1998
SEBAL-based sensible and latent heat fluxes in the irrigated Gediz Basin, Turkey
WGM Bastiaanssen
Journal of hydrology 229 (1-2), 87-100, 2000
8872000
Review of measured crop water productivity values for irrigated wheat, rice, cotton and maize
SJ Zwart, WGM Bastiaanssen
Agricultural water management 69 (2), 115-133, 2004
7642004
Trend analysis of streamflow in Turkey
E Kahya, S Kalaycı
Journal of Hydrology 289 (1-4), 128-144, 2004
6202004
SEBAL model with remotely sensed data to improve water-resources management under actual field conditions
WGM Bastiaanssen, EJM Noordman, H Pelgrum, G Davids, BP Thoreson, ...
Journal of irrigation and drainage engineering 131 (1), 85-93, 2005
6042005
Satellite-based energy balance for mapping evapotranspiration with internalized calibration (METRIC)—Applications
RG Allen, M Tasumi, A Morse, R Trezza, JL Wright, W Bastiaanssen, ...
Journal of irrigation and drainage engineering 133 (4), 395-406, 2007
5532007
Remote sensing for irrigated agriculture: examples from research and possible applications
WGM Bastiaanssen, DJ Molden, IW Makin
Agricultural water management 46 (2), 137-155, 2000
4272000
A new crop yield forecasting model based on satellite measurements applied across the Indus Basin, Pakistan
WGM Bastiaanssen, S Ali
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 94 (3), 321-340, 2003
4002003
Regionalization of surface flux densities and moisture indicators in composite terrain: A remote sensing approach under clear skies in Mediterranean climates
WGM Bastiaanssen
SC-DLO, 1995
3341995
A remote sensing surface energy balance algorithm for land (SEBAL)
WGM Bastiaanssen
J Hydrology 212, 198-212, 1998
2691998
Regionalization of surface flux densities and moisture indicators in composite terrain
WGM Bastiaanssen
A remote sensing approach under clear skies in Mediterranean climates 271, 1995
2431995
Reviewing SEBAL input parameters for assessing evapotranspiration and water productivity for the Low-Middle Sao Francisco River basin, Brazil: Part A: Calibration and validation
AHC Teixeira, WGM Bastiaanssen, MD Ahmad, MG Bos
agricultural and forest meteorology 149 (3-4), 462-476, 2009
2232009
Satellite surveillance of evaporative depletion across the Indus Basin
WGM Bastiaanssen, MD Ahmad, Y Chemin
Water Resources Research 38 (12), 9-1-9-9, 2002
2182002
Satellite‐based ET estimation in agriculture using SEBAL and METRIC
R Allen, A Irmak, R Trezza, JMH Hendrickx, W Bastiaanssen, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (26), 4011-4027, 2011
2072011
Remote sensing in water resources management: The state of the art.
WGM Bastiaanssen
Remote sensing in water resources management: the state of the art., 1998
1901998
Irrigation performance indicators based on remotely sensed data: a review of literature
WGM Bastiaanssen, MG Bos
Irrigation and drainage systems 13 (4), 291-311, 1999
1651999
Twenty-five years modeling irrigated and drained soils: State of the art
WGM Bastiaanssen, RG Allen, P Droogers, G D’Urso, P Steduto
Agricultural Water Management 92 (3), 111-125, 2007
1612007
First results from Version 7 TRMM 3B43 precipitation product in combination with a new downscaling–calibration procedure
Z Duan, WGM Bastiaanssen
Remote Sensing of Environment 131, 1-13, 2013
1602013
Spatial variability of evaporation and moisture storage in the swamps of the upper Nile studied by remote sensing techniques
YA Mohamed, WGM Bastiaanssen, HHG Savenije
Journal of hydrology 289 (1-4), 145-164, 2004
1502004
Assimilation of remotely sensed latent heat flux in a distributed hydrological model
JM Schuurmans, PA Troch, AA Veldhuizen, WGM Bastiaanssen, ...
Advances in Water Resources 26 (2), 151-159, 2003
1492003
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