Comparison of land surface emissivity and radiometric temperature derived from MODIS and ASTER sensors

  title={Comparison of land surface emissivity and radiometric temperature derived from MODIS and ASTER sensors},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Jacoba and Franc̨ois Petitcolinc and Thomas Schmuggea and {\'E}ric Vermoted and Andrew Frenche and Kenta Ogawaa},
  • Frédéric Jacoba, Franc̨ois Petitcolinc, +3 authors Kenta Ogawaa
  • Published 2004
This study compared surface emissivity and radiometric temperature retrievals derived from data collected with the MODerate resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) and Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) sensors, onboard the NASA’s Earth Observation System (EOS)-TERRA satellite. Two study sites were selected: a semi-arid area located in northern Chihuahuan desert, USA, and a Savannah landscape located in central Africa. Atmospheric corrections were performed… CONTINUE READING
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