13 April 1988 Detection Of Environmental Noises Between A Vegetation Canopy And A Radiometric Sensor
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Proceedings Volume 0868, Optoelectronic Technologies for Remote Sensing from Space; (1988); doi: 10.1117/12.943603
Event: 1987 Symposium on the Technologies for Optoelectronics, 1987, Cannes, France
Abstract
A method to determine environmental noises between a radiometric sensor and a vegetation canopy is described. The noises are the differences between the incoming radiation and a synthetic radiation, computed by a radiation model in which the local climatological data are introduced over the evapotranspiration component. Climatological data are simultanously collected by sensors in the station and target area over a local area network (LAN), controlled by a master station in the radiometer standpoint. The LAN can quickly be rearranged in the observation area to get the actual amount of local environmental noises which then can be taken into consideration as corrections at the observed canopy reflectances. The method is primarily designed for remote sensing ground control.
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M. C. Mueksch, "Detection Of Environmental Noises Between A Vegetation Canopy And A Radiometric Sensor", Proc. SPIE 0868, Optoelectronic Technologies for Remote Sensing from Space, (13 April 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.943603; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.943603
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Reflectivity

Sensors

Environmental sensing

Climatology

Local area networks

Vegetation

Data modeling

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