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Kul Khand
Kul Khand
Scientist, ASRC Federal / USGS EROS Center
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Evaluation of Landsat-based METRIC modeling to provide high-spatial resolution evapotranspiration estimates for Amazonian forests
I Numata, K Khand, J Kjaersgaard, MA Cochrane, SS Silva
Remote Sensing 9 (1), 46, 2017
542017
Dry Season Evapotranspiration Dynamics over Human-Impacted Landscapes in the Southern Amazon Using the Landsat-Based METRIC Model
K Khand, I Numata, J Kjaersgaard, GL Vourlitis
Remote Sensing 9 (7), 706, 2017
312017
Development and evaluation of an agricultural drought index by harnessing soil moisture and weather data
A Ajaz, S Taghvaeian, K Khand, PH Gowda, JE Moorhead
Water 11 (7), 1375, 2019
232019
Estimating Impacts of Agricultural Subsurface Drainage on Evapotranspiration Using the Landsat Imagery-Based METRIC Model
K Khand, J Kjaersgaard, C Hay, X Jia
Hydrology 4 (4), 49, 2017
202017
A novel approach for next generation water-use mapping using Landsat and Sentinel-2 satellite data
RK Singh, K Khand, S Kagone, M Schauer, GB Senay, Z Wu
Hydrological Sciences Journal 65 (14), 2508-2519, 2020
122020
A modeling framework for deriving daily time series of evapotranspiration maps using a surface energy balance model
K Khand, S Taghvaeian, P Gowda, G Paul
Remote Sensing 11 (5), 508, 2019
72019
Drought and its impact on agricultural water resources in Oklahoma
K Khand, S Taghvaeian, A Ajaz
http://pods.dasnr.okstate.edu/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-10705/BAE-1533web.pdf, 2017
62017
Mapping Annual Riparian Water Use Based on the Single-Satellite-Scene Approach
K Khand, S Taghvaeian, L Hassan-Esfahani
Remote Sensing 9 (8), 832, 2017
52017
Estimating Impacts of Subsurface Drainage on Evapotranspiration Using Remote Sensing
K Khand
South Dakota State University, 2014
42014
Calibration of AgriDrain control structure by using generalized “V” notch weir equation for flow measurement
C Partheeban, G Karki, K Khand, J Kjaersgaard, C Hay, T Trooien
Western South Dakota Hydrology Conference, Rapid City, SD, 2014
32014
Estimating Evapotranspiration from Fields with and without Tile Drainage Using Remote Sensing
J Kjaersgaard, K Khand, C Hay, X Jia
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014, 1745-1753, 2014
32014
Forest evapotranspiration dynamics over a fragmented forest landscape under drought in southwestern Amazonia
I Numata, K Khand, J Kjaersgaard, MA Cochrane, SS Silva
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 306, 108446, 2021
22021
Modeling Evapotranspiration of Winter Wheat using Contextual- and Pixel-based Surface Energy Balance Models
K Khand, N Bhattarai, S Taghvaeian, P Wagle, PH Gowda, PD Alderman
Transactions of the ASABE 64 (2), 507-519, 2021
22021
Runoff response to directional land cover change across reference basins in the conterminous United States
K Khand, GB Senay
Advances in Water Resources 153, 103940, 2021
12021
Tracking Drought Using Soil Moisture Information
A Ajaz, S Taghvaeian, K Khand, A Sutherland
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, 2018
12018
Estimating Evapotranspiration from Drained and Undrained Agricultural Fields using Remote Sensing
K Khand, J Kjaersgaard, C Hay, X Jia
Evapotranspiration: Challenges in Measurement and Modeling from Leaf to the …, 2014
12014
Mapping actual evapotranspiration using Landsat for the conterminous United States: Google Earth Engine implementation and assessment of the SSEBop model
GB Senay, MK Friedrichs, C Morton, GEL Parrish, M Schauer, K Khand, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 275, 113011, 2022
2022
Monitoring green and blue water stress across major global cropland basins
K Khand, GB Senay
AGU Fall Meeting, 2021
2021
Dynamics of Green and Blue Water Supply Stress Index Across Major Global Cropland Basins
K Khand, GB Senay, S Kagone, GEL Parrish
Frontiers in Climate 3, 663444, 2021
2021
Impacts of directional land cover change on runoff across reference basins in the conterminous United States
K Khand, GB Senay
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
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