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Estimations of Net Primary Productivity and Evapotranspiration Based on HJ-1A/B Data in Jinggangshan City, China
ZHANG Rong-hua; SUN Rui; DU Jun-ping; ZHANG Ting-long; TANG Yao; XU Hong-wei; YANG Sheng-tian; JIANG Wei-guo
Corresponding AuthorSUN Rui
2013-10
Source PublicationJournal of Mountain Science
Volume10Issue:5Pages:777-789
AbstractNet primary productivity (NPP) and evapotranspiration (ET) are two key variables in the carbon and water cycles of terrestrial ecosystems. In this study, to test a newly developed NPP algorithm designed for HJ-1 A/B data and to evaluate the usage of HJ-1 A/B data in the quantitative assessment of environments, NPP and ET in Jinggangshan city, Jiangxi province, are calculated using HJ-1 A/B data. The results illustrate the following: (1) The NPP and ET in Jinggangshan city in 2010 both show obvious seasonal variation, with the highest values in summer and the lowest values in winter, and relatively higher values were observed in autumn than in spring. (2) The spatial pattern indicates that the annual NPP is high in the southern area in Jinggangshan city and low in the northern area. Additionally, high NPP is distributed in forests located in areas with high elevation, and low NPP is found in croplands at low elevations. ET has no significant north-south difference, with high values in the southeast and northwest and low values in the southwest, and high ET is distributed in forests at low elevations in contrast to low ET in forests in high-elevation areas and in cropland and shrub grassland in low-elevation areas. (3) Compared to the MODIS product, the range of HJ-1 NPP is larger, and the spatial pattern is more coincident with the topography. The range of HJ-1 ET is smaller than that of the MODIS product, and ET is underestimated to some extent but can reflect the effect of topography. This study suggests that the algorithm can be used to estimate NPP and ET in a subtropical monsoon climate if remotely sensed images with high spatial resolution are available.
KeywordNet Primary Productivity Remote Sensing Evapotranspiration Hj-1a/b Data
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/6336
CollectionJournal of Mountain Science_Journal of Mountain Science-2013_Vol10 No.5
Corresponding AuthorSUN Rui
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ZHANG Rong-hua,SUN Rui,DU Jun-ping,et al. Estimations of Net Primary Productivity and Evapotranspiration Based on HJ-1A/B Data in Jinggangshan City, China[J]. Journal of Mountain Science,2013,10(5):777-789.
APA ZHANG Rong-hua.,SUN Rui.,DU Jun-ping.,ZHANG Ting-long.,TANG Yao.,...&JIANG Wei-guo.(2013).Estimations of Net Primary Productivity and Evapotranspiration Based on HJ-1A/B Data in Jinggangshan City, China.Journal of Mountain Science,10(5),777-789.
MLA ZHANG Rong-hua,et al."Estimations of Net Primary Productivity and Evapotranspiration Based on HJ-1A/B Data in Jinggangshan City, China".Journal of Mountain Science 10.5(2013):777-789.
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