Bill Kustas
Bill Kustas
Research Hydrologist
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Correcting eddy-covariance flux underestimates over a grassland
TE Twine, WP Kustas, JM Norman, DR Cook, PR Houser, TP Meyers, ...
Agricultural and forest meteorology 103 (3), 279-300, 2000
Source approach for estimating soil and vegetation energy fluxes in observations of directional radiometric surface temperature
JM Norman, WP Kustas, KS Humes
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 77 (3-4), 263-293, 1995
A verification of the'triangle'method for obtaining surface soil water content and energy fluxes from remote measurements of the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI …
RR Gillies, WP Kustas, KS Humes
International journal of remote sensing 18 (15), 3145-3166, 1997
A two-source time-integrated model for estimating surface fluxes using thermal infrared remote sensing
MC Anderson, JM Norman, GR Diak, WP Kustas, JR Mecikalski
Use of remote sensing for evapotranspiration monitoring over land surfaces
WP Kustas, JM Norman
Hydrological Sciences Journal 41 (4), 495-516, 1996
Evaluation of soil and vegetation heat flux predictions using a simple two-source model with radiometric temperatures for partial canopy cover
WP Kustas, JM Norman
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 94 (1), 13-29, 1999
Remote sensing in hydrology
TJ Schmugge, WP Kustas, JC Ritchie, TJ Jackson, A Rango
Advances in water resources 25 (8-12), 1367-1385, 2002
Estimating subpixel surface temperatures and energy fluxes from the vegetation index–radiometric temperature relationship
WP Kustas, JM Norman, MC Anderson, AN French
Remote sensing of Environment 85 (4), 429-440, 2003
A climatological study of evapotranspiration and moisture stress across the continental United States based on thermal remote sensing: 1. Model formulation
MC Anderson, JM Norman, JR Mecikalski, JA Otkin, WP Kustas
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 112 (D10), 2007
Use of Landsat thermal imagery in monitoring evapotranspiration and managing water resources
MC Anderson, RG Allen, A Morse, WP Kustas
Remote Sensing of Environment 122, 50-65, 2012
Estimation of the soil heat flux/net radiation ratio from spectral data
WP Kustas, CST Daughtry
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 49 (3), 205-223, 1990
Mapping daily evapotranspiration at field to continental scales using geostationary and polar orbiting satellite imagery
MC Anderson, WP Kustas, JM Norman, CR Hain, JR Mecikalski, L Schultz, ...
Spectral estimates of absorbed radiation and phytomass production in corn and soybean canopies
CST Daughtry, KP Gallo, SN Goward, SD Prince, WP Kustas
Remote Sensing of Environment 39 (2), 141-152, 1992
Evaluation of drought indices based on thermal remote sensing of evapotranspiration over the continental United States
MC Anderson, C Hain, B Wardlow, A Pimstein, JR Mecikalski, WP Kustas
Journal of Climate 24 (8), 2025-2044, 2011
Determination of sensible heat flux over sparse canopy using thermal infrared data
WP Kustas, BJ Choudhury, MS Moran, RJ Reginato, RD Jackson, LW Gay, ...
Agricultural and forest meteorology 44 (3-4), 197-216, 1989
A thermal-based remote sensing technique for routine mapping of land-surface carbon, water and energy fluxes from field to regional scales
MC Anderson, JM Norman, WP Kustas, R Houborg, PJ Starks, N Agam
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (12), 4227-4241, 2008
Advances in thermal infrared remote sensing for land surface modeling
W Kustas, M Anderson
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149 (12), 2071-2081, 2009
An intercomparison of the surface energy balance algorithm for land (SEBAL) and the two-source energy balance (TSEB) modeling schemes
WJ Timmermans, WP Kustas, MC Anderson, AN French
Remote Sensing of Environment 108 (4), 369-384, 2007
A vegetation index based technique for spatial sharpening of thermal imagery
N Agam, WP Kustas, MC Anderson, F Li, CMU Neale
Remote Sensing of Environment 107 (4), 545-558, 2007
A reexamination of the crop water stress index
RD Jackson, WP Kustas, BJ Choudhury
Irrigation science 9 (4), 309-317, 1988
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