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Estimation of Surface Fluxes Using Noah LSM and Assessment of the Applicability in Korean Peninsula
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2013, pp.509-518
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2013.15.4.509
 Title & Authors
Estimation of Surface Fluxes Using Noah LSM and Assessment of the Applicability in Korean Peninsula
Jang, Ehsun; Moon, Heewon; Hwang, Seok Hwan; Choi, Minha;
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 Abstract
Understanding of the exchange between the water and energy which is happening between the surface and atmosphere is the basic of studying water resources. To study these, lots of researches using Noah Land Surface Model(LSM) are in progress. Noah LSM is based on energy and water balance equation and simulates various hydrological factors. There are diverse researches with Noah LSM are ongoing in overseas, on the other hand not enough study has been done. Especially there is almost no study using uncoupled Noah LSM in Korea. In this study we used data from Korea Flux Tower in Haenam(HFK) and Gwangneung(GDK) as forcing data to simulate the model and compared its result of net radiation, sensible heat flux and latent heat flux with the observation data to assess the applicability of Noah LSM in Korea. Regression coefficients of the comparison results of Noah LSM and observation show good agreement with the value of 0.83~0.99 at Haenam and 0.64~0.99 at Gwangneung which means Noah LSM can be trusted.
 Keywords
Noah LSM;KoFlux;Net Radiation;Sensible Heat Flux;Latent Heat Flux;
 Language
Korean
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