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Can ASCAT-derived soil wetness indices reduce predictive uncertainty in well-gauged areas?: a comparison with in situ observed soil moisture in an assimilation application

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SEQUENTIAL ASSIMILATION, ERS SCATTEROMETER, IMPROVING RUNOFF PREDICTION, Particle Filter, Hydrological modeling, ASCAT, Microwave remote sensing, Soil moisture, EFFICIENCY, PARAMETERS, KALMAN FILTER, PARTICLE FILTER, HYDROLOGIC MODEL, WATERSHED MODELS, STORMFLOW COEFFICIENTS, Data assimilation

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Matgen, Patrick, Fabrizio Fenicia, Sonia Heitz, Douglas Antonio Plaza Guingla, Robain De Keyser, Valentijn Pauwels, Wolfgang Wagner, and Hubert Savenijne. 2012. “Can ASCAT-derived Soil Wetness Indices Reduce Predictive Uncertainty in Well-gauged Areas?: a Comparison with in Situ Observed Soil Moisture in an Assimilation Application.” Advances in Water Resources 44: 49–65.
APA
Matgen, P., Fenicia, F., Heitz, S., Plaza Guingla, D. A., De Keyser, R., Pauwels, V., Wagner, W., et al. (2012). Can ASCAT-derived soil wetness indices reduce predictive uncertainty in well-gauged areas?: a comparison with in situ observed soil moisture in an assimilation application. ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES, 44, 49–65.
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Matgen P, Fenicia F, Heitz S, Plaza Guingla DA, De Keyser R, Pauwels V, et al. Can ASCAT-derived soil wetness indices reduce predictive uncertainty in well-gauged areas?: a comparison with in situ observed soil moisture in an assimilation application. ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES. 2012;44:49–65.
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Matgen, Patrick, Fabrizio Fenicia, Sonia Heitz, et al. “Can ASCAT-derived Soil Wetness Indices Reduce Predictive Uncertainty in Well-gauged Areas?: a Comparison with in Situ Observed Soil Moisture in an Assimilation Application.” ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES 44 (2012): 49–65. Print.
@article{2116374,
  author       = {Matgen, Patrick and Fenicia, Fabrizio and Heitz, Sonia and Plaza Guingla, Douglas Antonio and De Keyser, Robain and Pauwels, Valentijn and Wagner, Wolfgang and Savenijne, Hubert},
  issn         = {0309-1708},
  journal      = {ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES},
  keyword      = {SEQUENTIAL ASSIMILATION,ERS SCATTEROMETER,IMPROVING RUNOFF PREDICTION,Particle Filter,Hydrological modeling,ASCAT,Microwave remote sensing,Soil moisture,EFFICIENCY,PARAMETERS,KALMAN FILTER,PARTICLE FILTER,HYDROLOGIC MODEL,WATERSHED MODELS,STORMFLOW COEFFICIENTS,Data assimilation},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {49--65},
  title        = {Can ASCAT-derived soil wetness indices reduce predictive uncertainty in well-gauged areas?: a comparison with in situ observed soil moisture in an assimilation application},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.03.022},
  volume       = {44},
  year         = {2012},
}

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