LIBERTY — Modeling the Effects of Leaf Biochemical Concentration on Reflectance Spectra

@inproceedings{Dawson1998LIBERTYM,
  title={LIBERTY — Modeling the Effects of Leaf Biochemical Concentration on Reflectance Spectra},
  author={Terence P. Dawson and Paul J. Curran and Stephen E. Plummer},
  year={1998}
}
The conifer leaf model LIBERTY (Leaf Incorporating erties of individual leaves (Aber, 1994). Leaves are an Biochemistry Exhibiting Ref lectance and Transmittance important component of forest canopies, and it is the Yields) is an adaptation of radiative transfer theory for deconcentration of their biochemical constituents, namely, termining the optical properties of powders. LIBERTY pigments, water, nitrogen, cellulose, and lignin, together provides a simulation, at a fine spectral resolution… CONTINUE READING
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