An Investigation on Sieve and Detour Effects Affecting the Interaction of Collimated and Diffuse Infrared Radiation (750 to 2500 nm) With Plant Leaves

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The retrieval of plant biophysical and biochemical properties from high spectral resolution data represents an active area of research within the remote sensing field. Scientific studies in this area are usually supported by computational simulations of light attenuation processes within foliar tissues. In heterogeneous organic materials, like plant leaves… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TGRS.2007.897427

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@article{Baranoski2007AnIO, title={An Investigation on Sieve and Detour Effects Affecting the Interaction of Collimated and Diffuse Infrared Radiation (750 to 2500 nm) With Plant Leaves}, author={Gladimir V. G. Baranoski and Denise Eng}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing}, year={2007}, volume={45}, pages={2593-2599} }