Articles | Volume 13, issue 6
12 Jun 2009
 | 12 Jun 2009

A Bayesian approach to estimate sensible and latent heat over vegetated land surface

C. van der Tol, S. van der Tol, A. Verhoef, B. Su, J. Timmermans, C. Houldcroft, and A. Gieske

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