High-Temporal and Landsat-Like surface evapotranspiration in Heihe River Basin (2010-2016) (HiTLL ET V1.0)

High-Temporal and Landsat-Like surface evapotranspiration in Heihe River Basin (2010-2016) (HiTLL ET V1.0)

This data set mainly includes daily surface evapotranspiration products in Heihe River Basin (HRB) from 2010 to 2016, with a resolution of 100 meters. Based on multi-source remote sensing data (MODIS Landsat TM/ETM+ data) and regional meteorological data (China meteorological forcing dataset, CMFD), sensitivity parameters of the theoretically robust surface energy balance system (SEBS) model were determined through global sensitivity analysis, and then the parameterization scheme of the model was optimized to improve the estimation accuracy. At the same time, combined with spatial and temporal data fusion algorithm of remote sensing image. Finally, the High-Temporal and Landsat-Like surface evapotranspiration (ET) (HiTLL ET) was obtained over the Heihe Basin. It was validation by the EC measurements from the flux observation stations and ETMap, and the estimation results are consistent with the observation and the spatial and temporal distribution pattern of ETMap. This data set can provide data support for the study of water consumption law and scientific effective management of watershed water resources within HRB, especially for woodland and grassland in the upper stream regions, oasis farmland and desert vegetation in the midstream and downstream regions.

File naming and required software

File Naming Convention: Daily:YYYDOY_YYYYMMDD_daily_ET.tif (YYYY: year, DOY: Day of the year, MM: month, DD: day), as follow: 2013001_20130101_ET_daily.tif. Monthly: YYYY_MM_ET_monthly.tif (YYYY: year, MM: month), as follow: 2013_01_ET_monthly.tif. Year: YYYY_ET_yearly.tif (YYYY: year), as follow: 2013_ET_yearly.tif.
Projection: WGS_1984_UTM_Zone_47N;
Data Format, Size and Data type: GeoTIFF, 5505 rows*4027 columns and float;
Unit: daily (mm/day), monthly(mm/month), yearly(mm/year);
Data Version:Version 1.0.

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Ma, Y., Liu, S. (2020). High-Temporal and Landsat-Like surface evapotranspiration in Heihe River Basin (2010-2016) (HiTLL ET V1.0). National Tibetan Plateau Data Center, DOI: 10.11888/Hydro.tpdc.271081. CSTR: 18406.11.Hydro.tpdc.271081. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

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National Natural Science Foundation of China Youth Science Foundation Project

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