Oral programme 5.

5.

Crop irrigation management by remote sensing (I)
Conveners: Maria P. González-Dugo , Christopher Neale 
Conveners: Alfonso Calera , Guido D Urso 
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Oral programme
 / Wed, 09 May, 09:00–13:15 / Hall
Poster programme
 / Attendance Wed, 09 May, 17:15–18:30 / Poster area
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Wednesday, 09 May 2018
Hall
09:00–09:15
RSHS18-3
Agent-based and object-oriented image analyses of irrigated areas
Benjamin Mewes and Andreas Schumann
09:15–09:30
RSHS18-29
Weighing lysimeter and eddy-covariance measurements in a vineyard to evaluate the potential of thermal-based estimation of surface energy fluxes and evapotranspiration in sparse crops
Juan Manuel Sánchez, Ramón López-Urrea, Vicente Caselles, Amelia Montoro, and Joan Miquel Galve
09:30–09:45
RSHS18-35
Evapotranspiration and crop stress in two Californian vineyards using recent modelling in a two source energy balance framework
Hector Nieto, William P. Kustas, Joseph G. Alfieri, and Omar García-Tejera
09:45–10:00
RSHS18-56
EO-based predictive differential irrigation scheduling a week ahead
Alfonso Calera, Isidro Campos, Vicente Bodas, and Guido D´Urso
10:00–10:15
RSHS18-59
Remote sensing based soil water balance for the benchmarking analysis of sprinkler and furrow irrigation in Nebraska.
Ivo Gonçalves, Mesfin Mekonnen, Christopher Neale, Patricio Grassini, Michael Neale, and Isidro Campos
10:15–10:30
RSHS18-88
A multi-disciplinary approach to irrigation management by satellite tools – the MOIST project
Inge Sandholt, Hector Nieto, Francesco Mattia, Henning Skriver, Giuseppe Satalino, Joaquim Bellvert, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Søren Kolind Hvid, Anton Thomsen, William Hansen, Calin Arjan Arens, and Jesper Kaae Petersen
10:30–10:45
RSHS18-126
Irrigation Management Using Remote-Sensing-Based Spatial Evapotranspiration Modeling in Maize and Soybean in Nebraska, USA
J. Burdette Barker, Sandeep Bhatti, Derek M. Heeren, and Christopher M. U. Neale
10:45–11:00
RSHS18-104
Remote sensing based soil water balance for irrigation water accounting at the Spanish Iberian Peninsula
Jesús Garrido-Rubio, Alfonso Calera Belmonte, Lorena Fraile Enguita, Irene Arellano Alcázar, Isidro Campos Rodríguez, and Raquel Bravo Rubio
Coffee break
11:45–12:30
Invited lecture by Claudia Notarnicola

12:30–12:45
RSHS18-105
An ensemble approach for regional evapotranspiration estimates using remote sensing
Hatim Geli, Christopher Hain, Martha Anderson, and Gabriel Senay
12:45–13:00
RSHS18-119
Use of canopy coefficients obtained from satellite data to estimate evapotranspiration over high mountain Mediterranean watersheds
Elisabet Carpintero, María P. González-Dugo, Jorge Jódar, and Sergio Martos
13:00–13:15
RSHS18-122
Sensitivity analysis of METRIC-derived crop evapotranspiration to spatial resolution changes on an olive orchard using high-resolution hyperspectral and thermal images
Juan Miguel Ramirez-Cuesta, Richard G. Allen, Ayse Kilic, Pablo J. Zarco-Tejada, Cristina Santos, and Ignacio J. Lorite