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Remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll content

Remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll content
Remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll content
Terrestrial chlorophyll content is a key environmental variable that has proved difficult to estimate accurately using remotely sensed data. Some of the pioneering studies in this field were undertaken by Professor Kirill Ya Kondratyev and co-workers in the 1970s and early 1980s. These studies paved the way for the operational global chlorophyll content maps of today. This chapter will start by investigating Professor Kondratyev’s contribution to the development of theory and practice in the remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll content. The reader will then be led through a quarter of a century of scientific research and end with a discussion of five contemporary applications of this research.
chlorophyll, remote sensing, meris
9783540782087
77-105
Springer
Dash, Jadunandan
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Curran, Paul J.
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Foody, Giles M.
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Cracknell, Arthur Philip
Krapivin, Vladimir F.
Varotsos, Costas
Dash, Jadunandan
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Curran, Paul J.
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Foody, Giles M.
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Cracknell, Arthur Philip
Krapivin, Vladimir F.
Varotsos, Costas

Dash, Jadunandan, Curran, Paul J. and Foody, Giles M. (2008) Remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll content. In, Cracknell, Arthur Philip, Krapivin, Vladimir F. and Varotsos, Costas (eds.) Global Climatology and Ecodynamics: Anthropogenic Changes to Planet Earth. (Springer Praxis Books, , (doi:10.1007/978-3-540-78209-4)) Berlin; Heidelberg, Germany. Springer, pp. 77-105. (doi:10.1007/978-3-540-78209-4).

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Terrestrial chlorophyll content is a key environmental variable that has proved difficult to estimate accurately using remotely sensed data. Some of the pioneering studies in this field were undertaken by Professor Kirill Ya Kondratyev and co-workers in the 1970s and early 1980s. These studies paved the way for the operational global chlorophyll content maps of today. This chapter will start by investigating Professor Kondratyev’s contribution to the development of theory and practice in the remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll content. The reader will then be led through a quarter of a century of scientific research and end with a discussion of five contemporary applications of this research.

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Published date: 4 November 2008
Keywords: chlorophyll, remote sensing, meris

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Local EPrints ID: 64111
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/64111
ISBN: 9783540782087
PURE UUID: eb744aa3-b571-4e1f-8b71-d9db6c5acad3
ORCID for Jadunandan Dash: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5444-2109

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Date deposited: 02 Dec 2008
Last modified: 28 Jul 2020 01:36

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