Physical Mechanisms in Hyperspectral BRDF Data of Grass and Watercress

@inproceedings{Sandmeier1998PhysicalMI,
  title={Physical Mechanisms in Hyperspectral BRDF Data of Grass and Watercress},
  author={St. Sandmeier and Claus M{\"u}ller and Brian Hosgood and Giulio Andreoli},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract A hyperspectral bidirectional reflectance data set of grass lawn and watercress canopies acquired under controlled laboratory conditions at the JRC European Goniometric Facility, at Ispra, Italy was analyzed with respect to basic physical reflectance mechanisms and factors influencing reflectance anisotropy. By normalizing reflectance data with the nadir reflectance as a reference, a strong influence of reflectance intensity on observed reflectance anisotropy is demonstrated for both… CONTINUE READING
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