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Estimation of sensible heat flux from remotely sensed canopy temperatures






Journal of Geophysical Research 97(D17): 18951-18954

Estimation of sensible heat flux from remotely sensed canopy temperatures

Temperatures of tallgrass prairie vegetation were measured with IR thermometers (IRT) at different view zenith and azimuth angles.

Accession: 002373395

DOI: 10.1029/92jd01626

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