The Injune landscape collaborative project: an update on research activities

@inproceedings{Lucas2010TheIL,
  title={The Injune landscape collaborative project: an update on research activities},
  author={Richard Lucas and Peter Bunting and John Armston and Alex Tiong Wee. Lee and G. Campbell},
  year={2010}
}
The Injune Landscape Collaborative Project (ILCP) was initiated in 1998 to evaluate the potential of airborne SAR, either singularly or in combination with optical data, for retrieving vegetation biomass and structure. With funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC) and government partners, and as part of the 2000 NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) PACRIM II Mission, AIRSAR C, L and P-band data were acquired over a 40 x 60 km subtropical savanna area near Injune in central southeast… CONTINUE READING

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