The impact of the structure and composition of shrub-coppice dune landscapes on MASTER reflectance anisotropy

TitleThe impact of the structure and composition of shrub-coppice dune landscapes on MASTER reflectance anisotropy
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsChopping M., Schmugge T.J., Rango A., Ritchie J., Kustas W.
Conference NameInternational Association of Hydrological Science
VolumeIAHS Publication No. 267
Pagination162-167
Date Published2001
PublisherRemote Sensing and Hydrology
Conference LocationSanta Fe, NM
Keywordsanisotropy, dunes, landscape, mesquite, multiple view angle, New Mexico, structure
AbstractThis study assess the effects of physical structure and composition of shrub-coppice dune landscapes on anisotropy in the NASA MODIS-ASTER Airborne Simulator (MASTER) solar channels, and investigates the viability of simulating multi-angular data sets using off-nadir airborne imaging radiometry from a single overpass by means of data segmentation.
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