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The state-of-the-art on radiative transfer modeling in vegetation canopies and the application of such models to the interpretation and analysis of remotely sensed optical data is summarized. Modeling of top-of-the-atmosphere and top-of-the-canopy radiance field is developed as boundary value problems in radiative transfer. The parameterization of the constituentfunctions with simple models and/or empirical data is outlined together with numerical solution methods and examples of results ofdoi:10.1016/0034-4257(94)00073-v fatcat:qi7ncax7m5dwnb6geagehqotwm