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The transition from atmosphere-limited to soil-limited evaporation is manifested in increasing surface temperature and albedo, as well as a steadying of near-surface moisture content. Each of these changes can be inferred to varying degree from ground-based and satellite-based remote sensing...
A method of predicting two forest stand structure attributes, basal area and aboveground biomass, from measurements of forest vertical structure was developed and tested using field and remotely sensed canopy structure measurements. Coincident estimates of the vertical distribution of canopy...
A method for constructing a pasture land cover classification for the high rainfall zone of eastern Australia from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s advanced very high resolution radiometer normalized difference vegetation index (NOAA-AVHRR NDVI) data is described. The...
Mislocations in the acquisition of field measurements may affect estimates of functional relations between field variables and their remotely sensed radiometric responses. Under such field errors least squares (LS) estimators perform poorly because they present significant systematic biases. New...
The response of polarimetric airborne synthetic aperture radar (SAR) to grassland is investigated. Synthetic aperture radar from the National Aeronautical and Space Administration/ Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA/JPL) airborne imaging system was acquired over a diverse grassland site in northern...
In this study we attempted to monitor two main key stages in the phenological cycle of deciduous forests—budburst and senescence—using the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) derived from NOAA/AVHRR. These stages induce rapid (time scale of a month), large ( > 0.3) and nearly linear...
In this article, bidirectional effects on NOAA/AVHRR short wavelength data were analyzed for the regional monitoring of the temperate pine ( Pinus pinaster ) Landes forest. Because of differences in soil hydrologic characteristics, the forest is described by five ecotypes, which determine the...
The Japanese Geostationary Meterological Satellite 5 (GMS-5) carries the Visible and Infrared Spin Scan Radiometer (VISSR), which has two thermal infrared channels within the “so-called” atmospheric window. These channels are similar to the split-window channels of the AVHRR-2 and are...
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