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Dependence of NDVI and SAVI on sun/sensor geometry and its effect of fAPAR relationships in alfalfa

, : Dependence of NDVI and SAVI on sun/sensor geometry and its effect of fAPAR relationships in alfalfa. Remote Sensing of Environment 51(3): 351-360

The impacts of sensor view and solar zenith angles on two vegetation indices, NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index) and SAVI (soil adjusted vegetation index), are described.

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