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Year 2000 Publications 

  • Kaufmann et al., 2000. Effect of orbital drift and sensor changes on the time series of AVHRR vegetation index data. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 38: 2584-2597.
  • Knyazikhin, J. and Marshak, A., 2000. Mathematical aspects of BRDF modelling: adjoint problem and Green's function. Remote Sensing Reviews, 18: 263-280.
  • Myneni, R.B. and L. Zhou, 2000. Vegetation activity in the northerly latitudes during the past two decades. In: Topics in Ecology: Structure and function in plants and ecosystems. R. Ceulemans, J. Bogaert, G. Deckmyn and I. Nijs (Eds.), University of Antwerp Press (ISBN 90-5728-022-1).
  • Zhang et al., 2000. Prototyping of MISR LAI and FPAR algorithm with POLDER data over Africa. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 38(5): 2402-2418.
  • Tian et al., 2000. Prototyping of MODIS LAI and FPAR algorithm with LASUR and LANDSAT data. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 38(5): 2387-2401.
  • Shabanov, N. V. et al., 2000. Stochastic modeling of radiation regime in discontinuous vegetation canopy, Remote Sens. Environ., 74:125-144.
  • Marshak, A. et al., 2000. Cloud - vegetation interaction: use of Normalized Difference Cloud Index for estimation of cloud optical thickness. Geophys. Res. Lett. Vol. 27, No. 12, 1695-1698.
  • Kimes, D. et al., 2000. Inversion methods for physically-based models, Remote Sensing Reviews, 18: 381-439.
  • Weiss, M., et al., 2000. Investigation of a model inversion technique for the estimation of crop characteristics from spectral and directional reflectance data. Agronomie, 20: 3-22.
  • Dowty, P. et al., 2000. Summary of the SAFARI 2000 wet season field campaign along the Kalahari transect. The Earth Observer (May/June 2000), 12:29-34.
  • Gobron, N., et al., 2000. The Potential of Multi-Angular Spectral Measurements to Characterize Land Surfaces: Conceptual Approach and Exploratory Application, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 105(D13): 17539-17549.
  • Climate and Vegetation Research Group
    Dept. of Geography,Boston University. May-12-2005