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A multi-sensor remote sensing approach for measuring primary production from space
1989 by California Space Institute, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in La Jolla, CA, [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
|Statement||principal investigator, Catherine Gautier.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-184662.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Get this from a library. A multi-sensor remote sensing approach for measuring primary production from space: final technical report for the three year grant.
[Catherine Gautier; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Another quite different approach that deals with the spatial problem includes a family of mechanistic models based on the use of satellite remote sensing of canopy light absorption and utilization for net primary production (NPP), referred to as production efficiency models (PEMs) (Prince et al., ).
Despite the fact that both PEMs and Cited by: Satellite remote sensing of primary production: An improved production efficiency modeling approach Article (PDF Available) in Ecological Modelling (3) October with Reads.
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In order to align the remote sensing images, we propose a novel hybrid method that combines image segmentation and salient region detection, which is inspired by human vision system. First of all, we present a novel superpixel-based method for dividing the image into sub-areas.
Second, we propose a novel method based on color and image textures for detecting salient regions Cited by: 2. PUBLICATIONS (since ) (Abstract not included, * indicates paper in refereed journal or reviewed book chapter) Liu, W.T., and X.
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•This is why data quality is hot now. 10/21/ Leptoukh QA4EO'11 3. • Multi-sensor Remote Sensing Observations TRMM rainfall TMI microwave brightness temperature MODIS based evapotranspiration • Assimilation Techniques EnKF, particle filter, water balance constraint, copula model • Current Results and Findings Soil moisture, precipitation, evapotranspiration • Conclusions, Challenges, and Future Works.
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Prince SD, Goward SN. Global primary production: a remote sensing approach. Journal of Biogeography. ; – Qin Z, Karnicli A. Progress in the remote sensing of land surface temperature and ground emissivity using NOAA-AV11RR data.
International Journal of Remote Sensing. ; – Quattrochi DA, Goodehild by: Pubs Warehouse Home > Browse > Book chapter. Browse the USGS Publication Warehouse Publications in the Series None. Earthquakes, ShakeCast,Structural equation modeling, Remote Sensing Applications Compiled and Edited by Dr.
Roy, Deputy Director, Remote Sensing & GIS Applications Area, NRSC Dr. R.S. Dwivedi and n RS & GIS Applications Area, NRSC Published by National Remote Sensing Centre Indian Space Research Organisation Dept. of Space, Govt. of India, Balanagar, Hyderabad – This chapter is part of the focus on the development in river basin management, and its specific objective is to provide an expository review of drainage basin morphometry and the relevance of remote sensing technology, especially for locations in developing countries, where sophisticated remote sensing technology are either expensive or challenged by limited : Adewole Adedayo Oreoluwa, Eludoyin Adebayo Oluwole.
Optical remote sensing of benthic habitats and bathymetry in coastal environments at Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas: A comparative spectral classification approach.
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1 Introduction. When the first issue of WRR was published in earlyeight years had passed since the launch of Sputnik 1, and seven since the launch of the first U.S.
satellite, Explorer 1. Science was not a primary driver of most early Earth remote sensing satellites. The Sputnik launch and massive U.S. response were deeply embedded in Cold War politics, with each nation attempting to Cited by: Full text of "Remote Sensing Information Science Research Group" See other formats.
Comparison of MODIS Gross Primary Production Estimates for U.S. Forests With Those Generated by 3-PGS, a Model That Accounts for Spatial Variation in .(), Satellite Remote Sensing Of Terrestrial Net Primary Production For the Pan-arctic Basin and Alaska.
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change .With a view to the new ISPRS commission structure, Technical Commission I Sensor Systems is concerned with the design, construction, characterization, calibration and use of imaging and non-imaging sensors, sensor systems and sensor networks for photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information science.
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