Adaptation of a canopy reflectance model for sub-aqueous vegetation: Definition and sensitivity analysis

@inproceedings{Plummer1997AdaptationOA,
  title={Adaptation of a canopy reflectance model for sub-aqueous vegetation: Definition and sensitivity analysis},
  author={Stephen E. Plummer and Tim J. Malthus and Catherine D. Clark},
  year={1997}
}
Seagrass meadows are a key component of shallow coastal environments acting as a food resource, nursery and contributing to water oxygenation. Given the importance of these meadows and their susceptibility to anthropogenic disturbance, it is vital that the extent and growth of seagrass is monitored. Remote sensing techniques offer the potential to determine biophysical characteristics of seagrass. This paper presents observations on the development and testing of an invertible model of seagrass… CONTINUE READING