Angular unmixing of photosynthetic and non-photosynethetic vegetation within a coniferous forest using CHRIS-PROBA

@inproceedings{Verrelst2007AngularUO,
  title={Angular unmixing of photosynthetic and non-photosynethetic vegetation within a coniferous forest using CHRIS-PROBA},
  author={Jochem Verrelst and Ra{\'u}l Zurita-Milla and Benjamin Koetz and Jan G. P. W. Clevers and Michael E. Schaepman},
  year={2007}
}
Estimating forest variables, such as photosynthetic light use efficiency, from satellite reflectance d ata requires understanding the contribution of photosynthetic vegetation (PV) and nonphotosynthetic vegetation (NPV). The fractions o f PV and NPV present in vegetation reflectance data are typically controlle d by the canopy structure and the respective viewin g a gle. The persistent but highly varying anisotropic behaviour of the forest canopy implies that there is canopy structural info… CONTINUE READING

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