The Botanical Plant Modelling System ( BPMS ) : A Case Study of Multiple Scattering in a Barley Canopy

@inproceedings{Lewis2007TheBP,
  title={The Botanical Plant Modelling System ( BPMS ) : A Case Study of Multiple Scattering in a Barley Canopy},
  author={P. Lewis and M. Disney},
  year={2007}
}
A complex geometric model for describing the 3D structure of plant canopies is presented. The Botanical Plant Modelli ng System (BPMS) allows a complete (topologically accurate) 3D geometric description of a canopy to be constructed. The model can be used for simulating the optical scattered radiation field of plant canopies, soil , or other topography through Monte Carlo ray tracing, which provides detailed information regarding the scattering processes within the canopy. A detailed… CONTINUE READING
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