The land surface is a critical component for the study of the weather and climate through its partitioning of solar radiation into sensible and latent heat fluxes, its redistribution of precipitation into evaporation, soil storage, groundwater recharge, or runoff, and its regulation of biogeochemical cycles trough processes such as photosynthesis and respiration. These water and energy exchanges between the atmosphere and the land surface are known to significantly impact weather and climate, which has motivated significant advancement in our understanding of the physical processes that govern these exchanges. This has resulted in the development of our land surface process model (LSPM).

A technical description of the Land Surface Process Model (LSPM version 2000)

CASSARDO, Claudio;
2001

Abstract

The land surface is a critical component for the study of the weather and climate through its partitioning of solar radiation into sensible and latent heat fluxes, its redistribution of precipitation into evaporation, soil storage, groundwater recharge, or runoff, and its regulation of biogeochemical cycles trough processes such as photosynthesis and respiration. These water and energy exchanges between the atmosphere and the land surface are known to significantly impact weather and climate, which has motivated significant advancement in our understanding of the physical processes that govern these exchanges. This has resulted in the development of our land surface process model (LSPM).
2000 LSPM manual
N. Loglisci; C. Cassardo; G. P. Balsamo; M. W. Qian
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