Comparison and validation of MODIS and VEGETATION global LAI products over four BigFoot sites in North America

@inproceedings{Pisek2007ComparisonAV,
  title={Comparison and validation of MODIS and VEGETATION global LAI products over four BigFoot sites in North America},
  author={Jan Pisek and Jing M. Chen},
  year={2007}
}
A new set of recently developed leaf area index (LAI) algorithms has been employed for producing a global LAI dataset at 1 km resolution and in time-steps of 10 days, using data from the Satellite pour l'observation de la terre (SPOT) VEGETATION (VGT) sensor. In this paper, this new LAI product is compared with the global MODIS Collection 4 LAI product over four validation sites in North America. The accuracy of both LAI products is assessed against seven high resolution ETM+ LAI maps derived… CONTINUE READING
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