A physical model for interpreting the land surface temperature obtained by remote sensors over incomplete canopies

@inproceedings{Caselles1992APM,
  title={A physical model for interpreting the land surface temperature obtained by remote sensors over incomplete canopies},
  author={Vicente Caselles and Jos{\'e} A. Sobrino and C{\'e}sar Coll},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract At the present moment, land surface temperature cannot be obtained in a routine way from satellite data due, in part, to the nonexistence of a complete theoretical model that permits us to know the physical significance of land surface temperature obtained by remote sensors. In this article a relationship between the effective temperature of the radiative system vegetation-ground and the temperatures of each part of the system (top, sunny and shaded wall of vegetation, and sunny and… CONTINUE READING

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