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Preliminary Results of the SALSA 1997 Research Activities

Papers to be Presented at the American Meteorological Society, Special Symposium on Hydrology, Phoenix, Arizona, 11-16 Jan 1998

Session 1: Integrated Observations of Semi-Arid Land-Surface-Atmosphere Interactions

 

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Table of Contents

Oral Presentations

1.1 AN OVERVIEW OF THE 1997 ACTIVITIES OF THE SEMI-ARID LAND-SURFACE-ATMOSPHERE (SALSA) PROGRAM. David C. Goodrich et al.
1.2 SALSA: AN INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATED EFFORT TOWARDS DECISION MAKERS IN THE UPPER SAN PEDRO RIVER BASIN. Hector Arias et al.
1.3 AN OVERVIEW OF SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED SURFACE FLUXES OF HEAT AND MOISTURE ACROSS THE SEMI-ARID SAN PEDRO BASIN. James J. Toth et al.
1.4 A SUMMARY OF PROCESSES WHICH ARE CONNECTED TO EVAPORATION OF RIPARIAN AND HETEROGENEOUS UPLAND VEGETATION IN ARID REGIONS. Lawrence E. Hipps et al.
1.5 SPATIAL PROPERTIES OF WATER VAPOR SCALAR AND FLUX OVER A RIPARIAN CORRIDOR. Daniel I. Cooper et al.
1.6 SENSIBLE HEAT FLUX MEASUREMENTS USING A LARGE APERTURE SCINTILLOMETER OVER HETEROGENEOUS SURFACES. A. Chehbouni et al.
1.7 MOSAIC VERSUS DUAL SOURCE APPROACHES FOR MODELING THE SURFACE ENERGY BALANCE OF A SEMI-ARID LAND. Gilles Boulet et al.
1.8 FLUX AGGREGATION OVER HETEROGENEOUS SURFACES IN A SEMI-ARID REGION: MODELING AND VALIDATION. Yann Kerr et al.
1.9 OBSERVATIONS OF PRECIPITABLE WATER VAPOR IN THE PLANETARY BOUNDARY LAYER VIA MICROWAVE INTERFEROMETRY. X. M. Shao et al.
1.10 THE OVERVIEW OF ATMOSPHERIC AND SURFACE WATER COUPLING TO REGIONAL GROUNDWATER MODELS IN SEMI-ARID BASINS. Thomas Maddock III et al.
1.11 BIOTIC CONTROLS OVER THE FUNCTIONING OF DESERT RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEMS. David G. Williams et al.
1.12 A SUMMARY OF REMOTE SENSING OF SEMI-ARID ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION IN THE UPPER SAN PEDRO RIVER BASIN, ARIZONA. M. Susan Moran et al.
1.13 ESTIMATION OF EVAPOTRANSPIRATION OVER THE SAN PEDRO RIPARIAN AREA WITH REMOTE AND IN-SITU MEASUREMENTS. Jiaguo Qi et al.
1.14 USE OF REMOTELY SENSED AND IN-SITU DATA TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTS OF SURFACE HETEROGENEITY AND TERRAIN ON THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF SENSIBLE AND LATENT HEAT FLUXES IN THE SEMI-ARID SAN PEDRO BASIN. John Schieldge and A. Kahle
1.24 INTEGRATED OBSERVATIONS OF SEMI-ARID LAND-SURFACE-ATMOSPHERE INTERACTIONS: POSTER SESSION SYNTHESIS. Bruce F. Goff and David C. Goodrich

Poster Presentations

P2.1 EVALUATION OF THE SIB2 SURFACE SCHEME IN A SEMI-ARID REGION. Chawn Harlow et al.
P2.2 CLOUD SCREENED SURFACE RADIATION ESTIMATES WITH HIGH RESOLUTION FROM GOES-9 DATA. Ismail Yucel et al.
P2.3 EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RADIATIVE AND AERODYNAMIC SURFACE TEMPERATURE OVER HETEROGENEOUS SURFACES. A. Chehbouni et al.
P2.5 SENSIBLE HEAT FLUX ESTIMATES USING AVHRR WITH SCINTILLOMETER MEASUREMENTS OVER GRASS AND MESQUITE IN NORTHWEST MEXICO. Chris Watts et al.
P2.6 ESTIMATION OF EVAPORATION RATES FOR RIPARIAN VEGETATION. Lawrence E. Hipps et al.
P2.7 WATER USE OF TWO DOMINANT RIPARIAN VEGETATION COMMUNITIES IN SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA. Russell L. Scott et al.
P2.9 EXAMINATION OF MONTEITH'S PARAMETERIZATION OF CANOPY CONDUCTANCE. J-P. Lhomme et al.
P2.10 TRANSPIRATION OF DESERT RIPARIAN FOREST CANOPIES ESTIMATED FROM SAP FLUX. Sean M. Schaeffer and D. G. Williams
P2.11 WATER SOURCE DETERMINATION FOR COTTONWOOD, WILLOW AND MESQUITE IN RIPARIAN FOREST STANDS. Keirith A. Snyder et al.
P2.12 QUANTIFICATION OF GROUNDWATER - SURFACE WATER INTERACTIONS IN A SOUTHWESTERN RIPARIAN SYSTEM. R.M. Mac Nish et al.
P2.13 MONITORING BANK STORAGE IN THE SAN PEDRO RIPARIAN NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA, ARIZONA. Martha P. L. Whitaker et al.
P2.14 SOIL MOISTURE EVALUATION USING SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR (SAR) IN SEMI-ARID RANGELAND. M. Susan Moran et al.
P2.15 MONITORING TEMPORAL SOIL MOISTURE VARIABILITY WITH DEPTH USING CALIBRATED IN-SITU SENSORS. Dan C. Hymer et al.
P2.16 SEASONAL ESTIMATES OF RIPARIAN VEGETATION EVAPOTRANSPIRATION (CONSUMPTIVE WATER USE) USING REMOTE AND IN-SITU MEASUREMENTS. David C. Goodrich et al.
P2.19 A MODEL FOR GRASSLAND FUNCTIONING IN SEMI-ARID REGIONS. Yann Nouvellon et al.
P2.29 THINK GLOBALLY, ACT LOCALLY: COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN "SALSA" GLOBAL CHANGE RESEARCH. Bruce F. Goff and David C. Goodrich

 

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