2 edition of Reflection properties of vegetation and soil - with a BRDF data base. + 1 CD-ROM found in the catalog.
Reflection properties of vegetation and soil - with a BRDF data base. + 1 CD-ROM
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A combination of field and modeling techniques were used to quantify the relative contribution of leaf, stem, and litter optical properties (incorporating known variation in foliar biochemical properties) and canopy structural attributes to nadir-viewed vegetation reflectance data. Variability in tissue optical properties was wavelength-dependent. Table Main physical properties for study during ﬁeld data collection A. General Topography, slope and aspect Atmospheric-meteorological conditions: cloud, wind, rain etc. Solar illumination: Sun azimuth, elevation B. Solar reflection region (visible-near infrared) Spectral reflectance Sun-object-sensor angle Bidirectional reflectance.
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(). The data sets and software are included in the CD-ROM and were. downloaded from http: //www. - uhan/www/ radaer/ The high-resolution transmission (HITRAN) molecular absorption data-base also contains the aerosol optical properties. HITRAN is a compilation. First aerosol properties were estimated from only the polarized radiance and then the bidirectional reflectance given by the Ross-Li BRDF model was estimated from only the total radiance at target areas in PARASOL/ POLDER data over the Japanese islands taken on Ap and Ap The estimated optical thickness of aerosols was.
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At least in the visible and near infrared spectral region the basic principles about the bi-directional reflectance distribution function (BRDF) have achieved an advanced state.
This basic knowledge has been summarized by international well known scientists and firstly published in a book. A CD-ROM data base is attached to the by: Abstract At least in the visible and near infrared spectral region the basic principles about the bi-directional reflectance distribution function (BRDF) have achieved an advanced state.
This basic knowledge has been summarized by international well known scientists and firstly published in a book. A CD-ROM data base is attached to the book. Rapid hyperspectral BRDF measurement system Reflection properties of vegetation and soil with a new BRDF database well known scientists and firstly published in a book.
A CD-ROM data base. Search the leading research in optics and photonics applied research from SPIE journals, conference proceedings and presentations, and eBooks. Multiangular Spectrometry and Optical Properties of Debris Covered Surfaces.
Reflection properties of vegetation and soil with a new BRDF database. A CD-ROM data base is attached to the Author: Juha Suomalainen. The dual-view field goniometer system FIGOS is currently the only instrument which is capable of measuring the reflected and the incoming diffuse radiation at the same high angular and at high spectral resolution from nm to 2, nm.
It showed a stable and reliable performance in Cited by: BRDF effects are not necessarily undesirable artifacts that need to be corrected, but may also be considered to contain additional information for quantitative retrieval of e.g. vegetation [16, 69], snow or soil parameters.
In both cases, fundamental knowledge of the BRDF involved may be needed for either correction or information by: Salisbury et al./ recently published a book on infrared ( Ixm) spectra of minerals, with digital data on CD-ROM.
A few spectral emissivity figures of soil and sand samples can be found in open literatures/44, 45/.Cited by: Kodi Archive and Support File Community Software Vintage Software APK MS-DOS CD-ROM Software CD-ROM Software Library.
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