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Remote sensing of canopy architecture



Remote sensing of canopy architecture



Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 59(11): 1513



The direct measurement of canopy architecture (LAI and leaf angle distribution profiles) is very laborious. A method was developed to provide estimates of LAI and leaf angle distributions from a few simple light measurements using integral inversion techniques developed by satellite meteorologists.

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