IAHS Scientific Assembly 2017
10–14 July 2017
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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Oral programme W9

W9

Water Balance and Crop Water Productivity Through Remote Sensing and Modelling
Convener: C. Neale 
Co-Conveners: Bob Su , Frédérique Seyler , Gilles Boulet 
Session details
Oral programme
 / Wed, 12 Jul, 13:40–17:50 / Room C1
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Wednesday, 12 Jul 2017
Room C1
Chairperson: Bob Su
13:40–14:00
IAHS2017-164
Estimating evapotranspiration from remote sensing: the case of Sahelian Africa
Aubin Allies, Jérôme Demarty, Albert Olioso, Hassane Bil-Assanou Issoufou, Ibrahim Maïnassara, Jean-Philippe Chazarin, Monique Oï, Cécile Velluet, Malik Bahir, and Bernard Cappelaere
14:00–14:20
IAHS2017-332
Evapotranspiration and water stress retrieval performances of the SPARSE dual-source energy balance model over irrigated and rainfed agricultural crops
Gilles Boulet, Emilie Delogu, Sameh Saadi, Malik Bahir, Albert Olioso, Bernard Mougenot, Bruno Raimbault, Pascal Fanise, Zohra Lili-Chabaane, Vincent Rivalland, and Jean-Pierre Lagouarde
14:20–14:40
IAHS2017-414
A Daily High-resolution Surface Evapotranspiration Dataset for the MENA Region
Christopher Neale, Christopher Hain, Martha Anderson, and Mitchel Schull
14:40–15:00
IAHS2017-216
Uncertainties of PET estimation methods in simulating crop-water relations
Wenfeng Liu and Hong Yang
15:00–15:20 IAHS2017-181
Accountin for water depletion by evapotranspiration in lake Chilwa basin (withdrawn)
Fredrick Chigwa
Coffee/tea break
Chairperson: Christopher Neale
15:50–16:10
IAHS2017-401
FAO programme for monitoring water productivity through an open-access, remote sensing derived database
Jippe Hoogenveen, Livia Peiser, Sergio Bogazzi, Steven Wonink, Henk Pelgrum, Karin Viergever, and Laurent Tits
16:10–16:30
IAHS2017-398
Towards operational crop water productivity monitoring using remote sensing
Xueliang Cai, Li Jia, Jonna van Opstal, Tim Hessels, and Wim Bastiaanssen
16:30–16:50
IAHS2017-381
Toward continental-scale rainfall monitoring using commercial microwave links from cellular communication networks
Remko Uijlenhoet, Hidde Leijnse, and Aart Overeem
16:50–17:10
IAHS2017-324
Assessment of bias corrected satellite rainfall products for streamflow simulation: A TOPMODEL application at the headwater catchment of the Zambezi Basin
Calisto.K Omondi, Tom. H.M Rientjes, Ben Maathuis, and webster gumindoga
17:10–17:30 IAHS2017-351
Using remote sensing to inform a fine-scale hydrological model over sub-Saharan Africa at the daily scale (withdrawn)
Scott Sinclair and Geoff Pegram
17:30–17:50
IAHS2017-19
Impacts of climate change on water resources in the upper watershed of the river Senegal: Contribution of Remote Sensing and Mike SHE model
Faty Abdoulaye