Radiative transfer modeling of dust-coated Pancam calibration target materials: Laboratory visible/near-infrared spectrogoniometry

@inproceedings{Johnson2006RadiativeTM,
  title={Radiative transfer modeling of dust-coated Pancam calibration target materials: Laboratory visible/near-infrared spectrogoniometry},
  author={J R Johnson and Jascha Sohl-Dickstein and William M. Grundy and Raymond E. Arvidson and James F. Bell and Philip R. Christensen and Trevor G. Graff and Edward A. Guinness and Kjartan M Kinch and Richard V. Morris and Michael K. Shepard},
  year={2006}
}
  • J R Johnson, Jascha Sohl-Dickstein, +8 authors Michael K. Shepard
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • [1] Laboratory visible/near-infrared multispectral observations of Mars Exploration Rover Pancam calibration target materials coated with different thicknesses of Mars spectral analog dust were acquired under variable illumination geometries using the Bloomsburg University Goniometer. The data were fit with a two-layer radiative transfer model that combines a Hapke formulation for the dust with measured values of the substrate interpolated using a He-Torrance approach. We first determined the… CONTINUE READING

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