Inversion of vegetation canopy reflectance models for estimating agronomic variables. IV. Total inversion of the SAIL model

@inproceedings{Goel1984InversionOV,
  title={Inversion of vegetation canopy reflectance models for estimating agronomic variables. IV. Total inversion of the SAIL model},
  author={Narendra Swarup Goel and Richard Leslie Thompson},
  year={1984}
}
Abstract The estimability of all the canopy parameters for a vegetation canopy using only canopy reflectance (CR) data and the SAIL model is investigated, using techniques described earlier (Goel and Thompson, 1984a). It is shown that in principle such an estimation is possible, i.e., the SAIL model is mathematically totally invertible. An analysis of the sensitivity of the calculated values to changes in the CR data is presented. This analysis suggests that, given the expected accuracy of CR… CONTINUE READING

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