Evaluation of six satellite-derived Fraction of Absorbed Photosynthetic Active Radiation ( FAPAR ) products across the Australian continent

@inproceedings{PickettHeaps2013EvaluationOS,
  title={Evaluation of six satellite-derived Fraction of Absorbed Photosynthetic Active Radiation ( FAPAR ) products across the Australian continent},
  author={Christopher A. Pickett-Heaps and Joseph G Canadell and Peter R. Briggs and Nadine Gobron and Vanessa Haverd and Matt Paget and Bernard Pinty and Michael R. Raupach},
  year={2013}
}

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