Remote sensing of evapotranspiration and carbon uptake at Harvard Forest

@inproceedings{Min2005RemoteSO,
  title={Remote sensing of evapotranspiration and carbon uptake at Harvard Forest},
  author={Qilong Min and Bing Lin},
  year={2005}
}
A land surface vegetation index, defined as the difference of microwave land surface emissivity at 19 and 37 GHz, was calculated for a heavily forested area in north central Massachusetts. The microwave emissivity difference vegetation index (EDVI) was estimated from satellite SSM/I measurements at the defined wavelengths and used to estimate land surface turbulent fluxes. Narrowband visible and infrared measurements and broadband solar radiation observations were used in the EDVI retrievals… CONTINUE READING
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