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Estimating forest parameters from top-of-atmosphere radiance measurements using coupled radiative transfer models
The canopy and atmosphere radiative transfer models SLC and MODTRAN were coupled to simulate top-ofatmosphere (TOA) radiance data for 3 Norway spruce stands in Eastern Czech Republic. The simulations fitted the near-nadir CHRIS radiance data well. A sensitivity analysis based on the singular value decomposition of the Jacobian matrix provided useful information for building the look up tables needed to estimate needle and canopy parameters. Canopy cover, fraction of bark in the plant areadoi:10.5167/uzh-38592 fatcat:76lxllkdnvfo5pxtkol3l25p4u