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    Evaporation from cultivated and semi-wild Sudanian Savanna in west Africa 

    Ceperley, Natalie C.; Mande, Theophile; van de Giesen, Nick; Tyler, Scott; Yacouba, Hamma; Parlange, Marc B. (2017)
    Rain-fed farming is the primary livelihood of semi-arid west Africa. Changes in land cover have the potential to affect precipitation, the critical resource for production. Turbulent flux measurements from two eddy-covariance ...
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    Mapping high-resolution soil moisture and properties using distributed temperature sensing data and an adaptive particle batch smoother 

    Dong, Jianzhi; Steele-Dunne, Susan C.; Ochsner, Tyson E.; Hatch, Christine E.; Sayde, Chadi; Selker, John; Tyler, Scott; Cosh, Michael H.; van de Giesen, Nick (2016)
    This study demonstrated a new method for mapping high-resolution (spatial: 1 m, and temporal: 1 h) soil moisture by assimilating distributed temperature sensing (DTS) observed soil temperatures at intermediate scales. In ...
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    On the variability of the Priestley-Taylor coefficient over water bodies 

    Assouline, Shmuel; Li, Dan; Tyler, Scott; Tanny, Josef; Cohen, Shabtai; Bou-Zeid, Elie; Parlange, Marc; Katul, Gabriel G. (2016)
    Deviations in the Priestley-Taylor (PT) coefficient alpha(PT) from its accepted 1.26 value are analyzed over large lakes, reservoirs, and wetlands where stomatal or soil controls are minimal or absent. The data sets feature ...
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    Proof of concept: temperature-sensing waders for environmental sciences 

    Hut, Rolf; Tyler, Scott; van Emmerik, Tim (2/29/2016)
    A prototype temperature-sensing pair of waders is introduced and tested. The water temperature at the streambed is interesting both for scientists studying the hyporheic zone and for, e.g., fishers spotting good fishing ...
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    Proof of concept: temperature-sensing waders for environmental sciences 

    Hut, Rolf; Tyler, Scott; van Emmerik, Tim (2016)
    A prototype temperature-sensing pair of waders is introduced and tested. The water temperature at the streambed is interesting both for scientists studying the hyporheic zone and for, e.g., fishers spotting good fishing ...
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    Use of Distributed Temperature Sensing Technology to Characterize Fire Behavior 

    Cram, Douglas; Hatch, Christine E.; Tyler, Scott; Ochoa, Carlos (10/17/2016)
    We evaluated the potential of a fiber optic cable connected to distributed temperature sensing (DTS) technology to withstand wildland fire conditions and quantify fire behavior parameters. We used a custom-made ‘fire cable’ ...
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    Use of Distributed Temperature Sensing Technology to Characterize Fire Behavior 

    Cram, Douglas; Hatch, Christine E.; Tyler, Scott; Ochoa, Carlos (2016)
    We evaluated the potential of a fiber optic cable connected to distributed temperature sensing (DTS) technology to withstand wildland fire conditions and quantify fire behavior parameters. We used a custom-made 'fire cable' ...