Evaluations of surface temperature variation in the Itapeva lake through satelite images

Itzayana Gonzalez Avila, Alfonso Risso, Mauricio Andrades Paixão

Abstract


The role of temperature in water is fundamental for the community aquatic dynamics once it regulates several processes on different scales. The spatial and temporal variability of water temperature can be assessed by satellite images, which allows a better understanding of ecosystems. In this work, we evaluated the surface temperature variation of Itapeva Lake, located in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, between 1985 and 2017, using MOD11A1 product and images Landsat 5, 7 and 8. An homogeneous seasonal variation pattern was identify between the two sensors used. The information provided by MODIS and Landsat has a coefficient R2 = 0.91 and RMSE = 2.32 ° C. The analysis between the Landsat series adjusted data and the original data allowed the smoothing of maximum and minimum temperatures of water, reducing biased records. Water temperature for the summer and autumn months increases, while for the winter season the regime decrease. However, the surface temperature response may be better understood by involving climatic variables in the study.


Keywords


Surface temperature; Shallow lakes; MOD11A1; Landsat

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