Dr. Jose Luis Chavez

Publications

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58 Chávez, JL, Torres-Rua, A., Woldt, W., Zhang, H., Robertson, C., Marek, G., Wang, D., Heeren, D., Taghvaeian, S., and Neale, C.M.U. 2020. “A DECADE OF UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE IN THE WESTERN U.S.” ASABE Applied Engineering in Agriculture, 36(4): 423-436. (doi: 10.13031/aea.13941). Submitted on January 28th, 2020. Accepted on May 8th, 2020. Published on August 13, 2020. Read this online 2020
57 Ramón López-Urrea, Juan Manuel Sanchez, Fernando de la Cruz, Jose González-Piqueras, José L. Chávez. 2020. “Evapotranspiration and crop coefficients from lysimeter measurements for sprinkler-irrigated canola.” Submitted to Agricultural Water Management, special issue “Updating FAO56 METHODS”, on January 29, 2020. Accepted on May 7th, 2020.  2020
56 Edson Costa Filho*, José L. Chávez, and Louise Comas. 2020 “Determining Maize Water Stress through an Air Temperature-based Sensible Heat Flux Model.” Irrigation Science Journal. Submitted on 15 Sept. 2019, Accepted on 19 February 2020. Published online on 06 March 2020. 2020
55 Jones, A.S., A.A. Andales, J.L. Chávez, C. McGovern, G.E.B. Smith, O. David, and S.J. Fletcher. 2020. “Use of Predictive Weather Uncertainties in an Irrigation Scheduling Tool Part I: A Review of Metrics and Adjoint Methods.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 56(2): 187-200. First published online: 13 November 2019. Read this online 2019
54 Jones, A.S., A.A. Andales, J.L. Chávez, C. McGovern, G.E.B. Smith, O. David, and S.J. Fletcher. 2020. “Use of Predictive Weather Uncertainties in an Irrigation Scheduling Tool Part II: An Application of Metrics and Adjoints.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 56(2): 201-211. First published online: 13 November 2019. Read this online 2019
53 Camilo Riveros-Burgos, Samuel Ortega-Farias, Rafael López-Olivari, José Luis Chávez. 2019. “Parameterization of a clumped model to directly simulate actual evapotranspiration over a super intensive drip-irrigated olive orchard.” Submitted to Journal of Hydrometeorology, May 23th, 2018. Accepted on 17 March 2019. Published on-line 15 May 2019. Read this online 2019
52 Subedi A., J.L. Chávez, and A. Andales. 2019. “Hourly Alfalfa Evapotranspiration Estimation using Variable Bulk Surface Resistance.” ASCE Irrigation and Drainage Engineering J., Submitted on Aug 2, 2018. Accepted on 19 April 2019. Published on line Aug. 8, 2019. J. Irrig. Drain Eng., 2019, 145(10): 04019023 2019
51 Rudnick, D.R., S. Irmak, C. West, J.L. Chavez, I. Kisekka, T.H. Marek, J.P. Schneekloth, D. Mitchell McCallister, V. Sharma, K. Djaman, J. Aguilar, M.E. Schipanski, D.H. Rogers, and A. Schlegel. 2019. “Deficit Irrigation Management of Maize in the High Plains Aquifer Region: A Review.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 55(1): 38-55. Submitted on Feb. 24, 2018. Accepted on 12 Oct. 2018. Published on line 10 January 2019. Published in issue on Feb. 2019. Read this online 2019
50 Chávez J.L., and López-Urrea, R. 2019. “Modeling r s to estimate corn water use using the P-M one step Method: Part I Model Development.” Submitted to Irrigation Science on 23 Aug 2018. Accepted on 26 Oct 2018. On-line 01 Nov 2018. Published 27 March 2019, Irrigation Science, 37(2), 123-137. Read this online 2019
49 López-Urrea, R., and J.L. Chávez. 2019a. “Modeling rs to estimate corn water use using the P-M one step Method: Part II Model Evaluation of variable surface resistance models.” Submitted to Irrigation Science on 23 Aug 2018. Accepted on 26 Oct 2018. On-line 01 Nov 2018. Published 27 March 2019. Irrigation Science, 37(2),
139-150. Read this online
48 López-Urrea, R., and J.L. Chávez. 2019b. “Correction to: One-step approach for estimating maize actual water use: Part II. Lysimeter evaluation of variable surface resistance models.” Published online: 27 November 2018. Irrigation Science (2019) 37:219–220. Read this online 2019
47 Ming Han, Huihui Zhang, José L. Chávez, Liwang Ma, Thomas Trout, and Kendall DeJonge. 2018. ‘Improved soil water deficit estimation through the integration of canopy temperature measurements into a soil water balance model.’ Submitted to Irrigation Science on 23 January 2017. Accepted on 23 March 2018. In Press.  Read this online 2018
46 Subedi A., J.L. Chávez, and A. Andales. 2017. “ASCE-EWRI Standardized Penman-Monteith Evapotranspiration (ET) Equation Performance in Southeastern Colorado.” Submitted on 10 Feb 2016. Accepted on June 30, 2016. Available on-line 24 Aug 2016. Agricultural Water Management, 179, 74-80.   Read this online 2017
45 Marcos Carrasco-Benavides, Samuel Ortega-Farías, Luis Morales-Salinas, Carlos Poblete-Echeverría and José L. Chávez. “Calibration and validation of an aerodynamic method to estimate the spatial variability of sensible and latent heat fluxes over a drip-irrigated Merlot vineyard,” Int’l Journal of Remote Sensing. Submitted on July 18th, 2016. Accepted on 1 April 2017. Published on-line 15 May 2017. Vol. 38, 2017 — Issue 24, pg 7473-7496.  Read this online 2017
44 Huihui Zhang, Ming Han, José L. Chávez, Yubin Lan. “Improvement in estimation of soil water deficit by integrating airborne imagery data into a soil water balance model.” Int’l Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. Submitted on Jan 14, 2017. Accepted 02 May 2017. Int J Agric & Biol Eng, 2017; 10(3): 37–46.  Read this online 2017
43 DeJonge K., Mefford, B.S., and J.L. Chávez. 2016. “Assessing corn water stress using spectral reflectance,” International Journal of Remote Sensing. Submitted on 03 Feb 2015, re-submitted on 11 Feb 2016. Accepted on 15 March 2016. Volume 37, Issue 10, 2016, pages 2294-2312. DOI:10.1080/01431161.2016.1171929  Read this online 2016
42 Hongbo Su, Yongmin Yang, Lina Xu, José L. Chávez, Steven R. Evett, Terry A. Howell, Jing Tian, Shaohui Chen, Jinyan Zhan. (2016). A method to correct eddy covariance flux underestimates under an advective environment for arid or semi-arid regions. Submitted on 04 Feb 2015. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Volume 96, Pages 2-15 (December 2016).  Read this online 2016
41 Kullberg, E.G., DeJonge, K.C., and J.L. Chávez. 2016. “Evaluation of thermal remote sensing indices to estimate crop evapotranspiration coefficients.” Submitted on 15 Feb 2016. Accepted on July 3, 2016. Agricultural Water Management, 179, 64-73.  Read this online 2016
40 Saseendran, S. A, L.R. Ahuja, L. Ma, T.J. Trout, G.S. McMaster, D. C. Nielsen, A.A. Andales, and A. D. Halvorson, Jose L. Chavez, J. Ham, and Q.X. Fang. (2015). Developing and generalizing average corn crop water production functions across years and locations using a system model. Agricultural Water Management. Volume 157, 31 July 2015, Pages 65–77, Submitted on 08 Jan. 2014. Approved 04 Sept. 2014.  Read this online 2015
39 Saseendran Anapalli, Thomas J Trout, Ph. D; Lajpat R Ahuja, Ph. D. ; Liwang Ma, Ph. D; Gregory S McMaster, Ph. D.; David C Nielsen, Ph. D; Allan A Andales, Ph. D.; José L Chávez, Ph. D; Jay Ham, Ph. D. (2015). Quantifying crop water stress factors from soil water measurements in a limited irrigation experiment, Agricultural Systems, 137 (2015) 191 – 205.  Read this online 2015
38 Abhinaya Subedi, and José L. Chávez, 2015, “Crop evapotranspiration (ET) estimation models: A review and discussion of the applicability and limitations of ET methods, Journal of Agricultural Science, V7, No 6, 2015, Submitted on 23 Feb 2015, Accepted 10 Apr 2015, On-line publication 15 May 2015. ISSN 1916-9752, E-ISSN 1916-9760.  Read this online 2015
37 Mcebisi Mkhwanazi, José L. Chávez , and Allan A. Andales, 2015, SEBAL-A: A remote sensing ET algorithm that accounts for advection with limited data. Part I: Development and validation, Remote Sensing, accepted on 3 Nov 2015. Published 10 Nov. 2015. Remote Sens. 2015, 7(11), 15046-15067; doi:10.3390/rs71115046   Read this online 2015
36 Mcebisi Mkhwanazi, José L. Chávez , Allan A. Andales and Kendall DeJonge, 2015, SEBAL-A: A remote sensing ET algorithm that accounts for advection with limited data. Part II: Test for transferability, Remote Sensing, accepted on 18 Sept 2015. Published 10 Nov. 2015. Remote Sens. 2015, 7(11), 15068-15081; doi:10.3390/rs71115068  Read this online 2015
35 Taghvaeian, S., J.L. Chávez, W.C. Bausch, K.C. DeJonge, and T.J. Trout. (2014). Minimizing instrumentation requirement for estimating crop water stress index and transpiration of maize. Irrigation Science. Submitted 28 May 2013. Accepted 27 Aug. 2013. Published online 08 Sept. 2013. Irrig. Sci., 32:53-65, DOI 10.1007/s00271-013-0415-z  Read this online 2014
34 Saseendran, S.A. L.R. Ahuja, L. Ma, D.C. Nielsen, T.J. Trout, A.A. Andales, J.L. Chávez, and J. Ham. (2014). Enhancing the water stress factors for simulation of corn in RZWQM2. Agronomy Journal, Vol. 106, Issue I, 81-94. (Submitted June 2013. Accepted 4 September 2013. Published ahead of print 16 Sept. 2013). doi:10.2134/agronj/2013.0300.  Read this online 2014
33 Rambikur, E.H., and Chávez, J.L. (2014). Assessing inter-sensor variability and sensible heat flux derivation accuracy for a large aperture scintillometer. Sensors, submitted 24 Sept. 2013. Accepted 15 Jan. 2014. Published 27 Jan. 2014. Sensors 2014, 14(2), 2150-2170; doi:10.3390/s140202150  Read this online 2014
32 D.J. Gleason, A.A. Andales, T.A. Bauder, and J.L. Chávez. (2013). Performance of atmometers in estimating reference evapotranspiration in a semi-arid environment. (Accepted 9 Aug 2013), Agricultural Water Management, 130:27-35.   Read this online 2013
31 G. Formetta, R. Rigon, J.L. Chávez, and O. David. (2013). Modeling shortwave solar radiation using the JGrass-NewAge System. Geosci. Model Dev., 6, 915-928, doi:10.5194/gmd-6-915-2013, 2013.   Read this online 2013
30 Saleh Taghvaeian, José Chávez, Mary Hattendorf, Mark Crookston. (2013). Optical and Thermal Remote Sensing of Turfgrass Quality, Water Stress, and Water Use under Different Soil and Irrigation Treatments. Remote Sensing, 2013, 5: 2327-2347.  Read this online 2013
29 Agam, N., S.R. Evett, J.A. Tolk, W.P. Kustas, P.D. Colaizzi, J.G. Alfieri, L.G. McKee, K.S. Copeland, T.A. Howell, and J.L. Chávez. (2012). Evaporative loss from irrigated interrows in a highly advective semi-arid agricultural area. Advances in Water Resources. 50: 20-30.  Read this online 2012
28 Chávez, J.L., Gowda, P.H., Howell, T.A., Garcia, L.A., Copeland, K.S., and Neale, C.M.U. 2012. ET mapping with high resolution airborne remote sensing data in an advective semi-arid environment. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. ASCE. Vol. 138, No. 5, May 1, 2012. Pp. 416-423.  Read this online 2012
27 Vicente-Guillén J., Ayuga-Telléz E., Otero D., Chávez J.L., Ayuga F., and García A.I. 2012. Performance of a monthly streamflow prediction model for ungauged watershed in Spain. Water Resources Management, 26(13): 3767-3784. DOI 10.1007/s11269-012-0102-5.  Read this online 2012
26 MARTHA C. ANDERSON, WILLIAM P. KUSTAS, JOSEPH ALFIERI, FENG GAO, CHRISTOPHER HAIN, JOHN H. PRUEGER, STEVEN EVETT, PAUL COLAIZZI, KAREN COPELAND, TERRY HOWELL, and JOSÉ L. CHÁVEZ. (2012). Mapping Daily Evapotranspiration at Landsat Spatial Scales During the BEAREX’08 Field Campaign. Advances in Water Resources. 50: 162-177.  Read this online 2012
25 Andrew N. French, Joseph G. Alfieri, William P. Kustas, John H. Prueger, Lawrence E. Hipps, José L. Chávez, Steven R. Evett, Terry A. Howell, Prasanna Gowda, Doug Hunsaker, Kelly Thorp. (2012). Estimation of surface energy fluxes using surface renewal and flux variance techniques over an advective irrigated agricultural site. Advances in Water Resources, 50: 91-105.  Read this online 2012
24 Kustas, w.P., J.G. Alfieri, M.C. Anderson, P.D. Colaizzi, J.H. Prueger, S.R. Evett, C.M.U. Neale, A.N. French, L.E. Hipps, J.L.Chávez, K.S. Copeland, and T.A. Howell. (2012). Evaluating the two-source energy balance model using local thermal and surface flux observations in a strongly advective irrigated agricultural area. Advances in Water Resources, 50: 120-133.  Read this online 2012
23 Prueger, J.H., J.G. Alfieri, L.E. Hipps, W.P. Kustas, J.L. Chávez, S.R. Evett , M.C. Anderson, A.N. French, C.M.U. Neale, L.G. McKee, J.L. Hatfield, T.A. Howell, and Nurit Agam. (2012). Patch scale turbulence over dryland and irrigated surfaces in a semi-arid landscape during BEAREX08. Advances in Water Resources, 50: 106-119.  Read this online 2012
22 Neale, Christopher M.U., Hatim Geli, William P. Kustas, Joseph . Alfieri, Prasanna H. Gowda, Steven R. Evett, John H. Prueger, Lawrence E. Hipps, Wayne P. Dulaney, José L. Chávez, Andrew N. French, and Terry A. Howell. (2012). Soil water content estimation using a remote sensing based hybrid evapotranspiration modeling approach. Advances in Water Resources, 50: 152-161.   Read this online 2012
21 Mkhwanazi, M., Chávez, J.L., and Rambikur, E.H. 2012. Comparison of Large Aperture Scintillometer and Satellite-based Energy Balance Models in Sensible Heat Flux and Crop Evapotranspiration Determination. International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications (IJRSA), 2(1): 19-25.   Read this online 2012
20 Alfieri, J.G, W.P. Kustas, J.H. Prueger, L.E. Hipps, S.R. Evett, J.B. Basara, C.M.U. Neale, A.N. French, P. Colaizzi, N. Agam, M.H. Cosh, J.L. Chávez, and T.A. Howell. (2012). On the discrepancy between eddy covariance and lylsimeter-based surface flux measurements under strongly advective conditions. Advances in Water Resources. 50: 62-78  Read this online 2012
19 Saleh Taghvaeian, José L Chávez, and Neil C Hansen. (2012). Infrared Thermometry to Estimate Crop Water Use and Stress Index of Irrigated Maize in Northeastern Colorado. Submitted to Remote Sensing. Special issue: Advances in Remote Sensing of Crop Water Use
Estimation. Remote Sens. 2012, 4(11), 3619-3637; doi:10.3390/rs4113619  Read this online
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18 Elhaddad, A., Garcia, L.A., and Chávez, J.L. 2011. Using a surface energy balance model to calculate spatially distributed actual evapotranspiration. ASCE, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering,Vol. 137, No 1, Jan. 1, 2011, pp. 17-26.  Read this online 2011
17 Canelón D. and Chávez J.L. 2011. Soil heat flux modeling using artificial neural networks and multispectral airborne remote sensing imagery. Remote Sensing J., 2011, 3(8):1627-1643. ISSN 2072-4292.  Read this online 2011
16 Alfieri, J.G., Kustas, W.P., Prueger, J.H., Hipps, L.E., Chávez, J.L., French, A.N., and Evett, S.R. 2011. Intercomparison of nine micrometeorological stations during the BEAREX08 field campaign. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (JTECHA), 28(11): 1390-1406. American Meteorological Society (AMS). Accepted for Publication on July 19, 2011.  Read this online 2011
15 Varble, J.L, and J.L. Chávez. (2011). Performance evaluation and calibration of soil water content and potential sensors for agricultural soils in eastern Colorado. Agricultural Water Management Journal, 101: 93-106. Accepted on 13 Sept. 2011. Published online 7 Oct. 2011. DOI: 10.1016/j.agwat.2011.09.007  Read this online 2011
14 Chávez, J.L., F.J. Pierce, and R.G. Evans. 2010. Compensating Inherent Linear Move Water Application Errors Using a Variable Rate Irrigation System. Irrigation Science Journal, 28:203-210. Accepted 27 August 2009. Published on-line 16 September 2009. DOI: 10.1007/s00271-009-0188-6.  Read this online 2010
13 Chávez, J.L., T.A. Howell, P.H. Gowda, K.S. Copeland, and J.H. Prueger. 2010. Surface Aerodynamic Temperature Modeling over Rainfed Cotton. Transactions of the ASABE, 53(3):759-767. Accepted June 2010.  Read this online 2010
12 Chávez, J.L., F.J. Pierce, T.V. Elliot, and R.G. Evans. 2010. A remote irrigation monitoring and control system (RIMCS) for continuous move systems. Part A: Description and Development. Precision Agriculture Journal, 11:1-10. DOI:10.1007/s11119-009-9109-1.  Read this online 2010
11 Chávez, J.L., F.J. Pierce, T.V. Elliot, R.G. Evans, Y. Kim, and W.M. Iversen. 2010. A remote irrigation monitoring and control system (RIMCS). Part B: Field testing and results. Precision Agriculture Journal, 11:11-26. DOI:10.1007/s11119-009-9110-8.  Read this online 2010
10 Chávez J.L, Howell T.A., and Copeland K.S. 2009. Evaluating eddy covariance cotton ET measurements in a semiarid advective environment with large weighing lysimeters. Irrigation Science Journal 28:35-50. Accepted 30 April 2009. Published on-line on 16 September 2009. DOI: 10.1007/s00271-009-0179-7.  Read this online 2009
9 Chávez J.L, Gowda P.H., Howell T.A., Neale C.M.U., and Copeland K.S. 2009. Estimating hourly crop ET using a two-source energy balance model and multispectral airborne imagery. Irrigation Science Journal 38:79-91. Accepted 30 April 2009. Published on line on 28 August 2009. DOI 10.1007/s00271-009-0177-9.  Read this online 2009
8 Chávez, J.L., P.H. Gowda, T.A. Howell, and K.S. Copeland. 2009. Radiometric surface temperature calibration effects on satellite based evapotranspiration estimation. International Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 30, No. 9, 10 May 2009, 2337-2354. DOI 10.1080/01431160802549393.  Read this online 2009
7 Chávez, J.L., C.M.U. Neale, J.H. Prueger and W.P. Kustas. 2008. Daily Evapotranspiration estimates from extrapolating instantaneous airborne remote sensing ET values. Irrigation Science J. (2008) 27:67-81. DOI: 10.1007/s00271-008-0122-3.  Read this online 2008
6 Gowda, PH., J.L. Chávez, P.D. Colaizzi, S.R. Evett, T.A. Howell, and J.A. Tolk. 2008. ET mapping for agricultural water management: present status and challenges. Irrigation Science J. 26(3): 223–237.  Read this online 2008
5 Gowda P.H., J.L. Chavez, T.A. Howell, T.H. Marek, and L.L. New. Surface Energy Balance Based Evapotranspiration Mapping in the Texas High Plains. Sensors, 2008, 8:5186-5201. DOI: 10.3390/s8085186. ISSN 1424-8220.  Read this online 2008
4 Gowda P.H., T.A. Howell, P. D. Colaizzi, S.R. Evett, J.L. Chavez, and L. New. 2008. Remote Sensing of Contrasting Tillage practices in the Texas Panhandle. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 29(12):3477-3487, 20 June 2008, DOI: 10.1080/01431160701581810.  Read this online 2008
3 Gowda, P.H., J.L. Chávez. P.D. Colaizzi, S.R. Evett, T.A. Howell, and J.A. Tolk. 2007. Remote Sensing based Energy Balance Algorithms for Mapping ET: Current Status and Future Challenges. Transactions of the ASABE, 50(5): 1639-1644.  Read this online 2007
2 Chávez J.L., C.M.U. Neale, L.E. Hipps, J.H. Prueger, and W.P. Kustas. 2005. Comparing aircraft-based remotely sensed energy balance fluxes with eddy covariance tower data using heat flux source area functions. J. of Hydrometeorology, AMS, 6(6):923-940. DOI:10.1175/JJ,467.1  Read this online 2005
1 Anderson, M.C., C.M.U. Neale, F. Li, J.M. Norman, W.P. Kustas, H. Jayanthi, J. Chavez. 2004. Upscaling ground observations of vegetation water content, canopy height, and leaf area index during SMEX02 using aircraft and Landsat imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment, 92:447-464.  Read this online 2004
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3 Chávez, J.L., P.H. Gowda, T.A. Howell, L.A. Garcia, and K.S. Copeland. 2009. Mapping ET at high resolution in an advective semi-arid environment with airborne multispectral imagery. In Proceedings of the 2009 World & Water Congress, EWRI-ASCE, Reston, VA: ASCE.  Read this online 2009
2 Elhaddad, A., L.A. Garcia, and J.L. Chávez. 2009. Using a surface energy balance model to calculate spatially distributed actual ET. Proceedings of the 5th Int’l Conference on Irrigation and Drainage. United States Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (USCID), Nov. 4-7, Salt Lake City, UT. 2009
1 Gowda, P.H., T.A. Howell, J.L. Chavez, K.S. Copeland, and P. George. 2008. Comparing SEBAL ET with lysimeter data in the semi-arid Texas High Plains. In: Proceedings of the World Environment and Water Resources Institute Congress 2008 Ahupua’a. ASCE-EWRI, May 12-16, 2008. Honolulu, Hawai’i.  Read this online 2008