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The foliage density equation revisited
The Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society Series B Applied Mathematics
The foliage density equation is the means by which the foliage density g in a leaf canopy, as a function of the angle of inclination of the leaves, is to be estimated from discrete data gathered using photometric methods or point quadrats. It is an integral equation relating /, a function of angle estimated from measurements, to the unknown function g. The explicit formula for g is known and depends upon / and its first three derivatives; the operator / •-» g is unbounded, and the problem isdoi:10.1017/s0334270000005038 fatcat:rhcwgatxiffwrpjh6gduzaswcm