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The accuracy of the Lassen-Modoc vegetation map was assessed using data from a grid of permanent Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) plots in conjunction with a fuzzy logic approach. This paper presents the results for the Modoc National Forest. The main foci of this paper are the methods and...
A new fluorimeter built at Orsay allowed us to measure at a distance of up to 6 m both the steady-state and the maximum chlorophyll fluorescence. This instrument has been applied continuously during 17 days of water stress development to follow the chlorophyll fluorescence parameters of a potted...
This paper discusses the potential of an L-band 2-D microwave interferometric radiometer for monitoring surface variables over land surfaces. The instrument is the payload of the Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) Mission recently selected for phase A studies by the European Space Agency...
Automatic globally distributed networks for monitoring aerosol optical depth provide measurements of natural and anthropogenic aerosol loading, which is important in many local and regional studies as well as global change research investigations. The strength of such networks relies on imposing...
This paper presents methods for classifying Arctic sea ice using both passive and active (2-channel) microwave imagery acquired by the Russian OKEAN 01 polar-orbiting satellite series. Methods and results are compared to sea ice classifications derived from nearly coincident Special Sensor...
The phase coherence between repeat-pass SAR observations of a tropical forest region was investigated as a source of information for biophysical characteristics in regenerating and undisturbed areas of forest. SAR imagery was acquired and interferometric coherence maps were derived for a 1-day...
With the launch of new spaceborne sensors capable of acquiring bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF) data of the earth surface, extensive ground BRDF measurements will become necessary to provide much-needed ground reference data for numerous remote sensing applications. To...
Rainfall estimation from passive microwave satellite data has been used widely over oceans but has been less successful over land. This is because over land surfaces, the high spatial and temporal variability in emissivity, coupled with relatively low contrast between surface and rain cloud...
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