The third RAdiation transfer Model Intercomparison ( RAMI ) 1 exercise : Documenting progress in canopy reflectance models

@inproceedings{Widlowski2007TheTR,
  title={The third RAdiation transfer Model Intercomparison ( RAMI ) 1 exercise : Documenting progress in canopy reflectance models},
  author={J-L. Widlowski and M. Taberner and B. Pinty and V. Bruniquel-Pinel and M. Disney and R. and Jorge Fernandes and J-P. Gastellu-Etchegorry and Nadine Gobron and Andres Kuusk and Thomas Lavergne and S................................................ and Leblanc and Philip Lewis and Eric Martin and Matti Mottus and Peter R. J. North and Wenhan Qin and M.. and Robustelli and Nadia Rochdi and Rosario Ruiloba and Cyril Soler and Robert Thompson and Wout Verhoef and Michel M. Verstraete and Dongfan Xie},
  year={2007}
}
3 The RAdiation transfer Model Intercomparison (RAMI) initiative benchmarks canopy 4 reflectance models under well-controlled experimental conditions. Launched for the first 5 time in 1999 this triennial community exercise encourages the systematic evaluation of 6 canopy reflectance models on a voluntary basis. The first phase of RAMI focused on doc7 umenting the spread among radiative transfer (RT) simulations over a small set of pri8 marily 1-D canopies. The second phase expanded the scope to… CONTINUE READING
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