Articles | Volume 25, issue 5
Technical note
27 May 2021
Technical note |  | 27 May 2021

Technical note: Accounting for snow in the estimation of root zone water storage capacity from precipitation and evapotranspiration fluxes

David N. Dralle, W. Jesse Hahm, K. Dana Chadwick, Erica McCormick, and Daniella M. Rempe


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Short summary
Root zone water storage capacity determines how much water can be stored belowground to support plants during periods without precipitation. Here, we develop a satellite remote sensing method to estimate this key variable at large scales that matter for management. Importantly, our method builds on previous approaches by accounting for snowpack, which may bias estimates from existing approaches. Ultimately, our method will improve large-scale understanding of plant access to subsurface water.