An Investigation of Terrain Effects on the Inversion of a Forest Reflectance Model

  title={An Investigation of Terrain Effects on the Inversion of a Forest Reflectance Model},
  author={Fraser Gemmell},
  • Fraser Gemmell
  • Published 1998
The effects of terrain on conifer stand reflectance were the potential to offer a timely and cost effective method for deriving information on forest characteristics. estimated using sensitivity analysis of the Li and Strahler Often, researchers have used empirical methods to bidirectional reflectance (BRDF) model, and model inverrelate remote sensing data to forest characteristics. Howsions with both simulated and real Landsat Thematic ever, there are difficulties associated with empirical… CONTINUE READING
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