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ECOSTRESS: NASA’s next generation mission to measure evapotranspiration from...

Fisher, J. B., B. Lee, A. J. Purdy, G. Halverson, M. B. Dohlen, K. Cawse-Nicholson, A. Wang, R. G. Anderson, B. Aragon, M. A. Arain, D. D. Baldocchi, J. M. Baker, H. Barral, C. J. Bernacchi, C. Bernhofer, S. C. Biraud, G. Bohrer, N. Brunsell, B. Cappelaere, S. Castro-Contreras, J. Chun, B. J. Conrad, E. Cremonese, J. Demarty, A. R. Desai, A. De Ligne, L. Foltýnová, M. L. Goulden, T. J. Griffis, T. Grünwald, M. S. Johnson, M. Kang, D. Kelbe, N. Kowalska, J.-H. Lim, I. Maïnassara, M. F. McCabe, J. E. C. Missik, B. P. Mohanty, C. E. Moore, L. Morillas, R. Morrison, J. Munger, G. Posse, A. D. Richardson, E. S. Russell, Y. Ryu, A. Sanchez-Azofeifa, M. Schmidt, E. Schwartz, I. Sharp, L. Šigut, Y. Tang, Glynn Hulley, M. Anderson, C. Hain, A. French, E. Wood, and S. Hook (2020), ECOSTRESS: NASA’s next generation mission to measure evapotranspiration from the International Space Station, Water Resources Research, 56, 1-20.
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