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Haolu Shang, Li Jia, and Massimo Menenti

to local statistical records, and rice growth demands a strict irrigation plan. This guarantees consistent PEED during the flooding periods. The land surface temperature is also constant in the early morning of the flooding periods (SSM/I measures in the early morning) because of the relative high thermal capacity of water. Thus, Δ T s (i.e., underneath the rice canopy) of the paddy fields can be taken as a constant during the flooding periods. Then, we can apply Eq. (6) on the coupled Δ T

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