The Role of Terrestrial Vegetation in the Global Carbon Cycle: Measurement by Remote Sensing
G. M. Woodwell
Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) of the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) by Wiley, 1984 - 247 halaman
The carbon dioxide problem. Classification and mapping of plant communities: a review with emphasis on tropical vegetation. Organic carbon in soils of the world. Soil organic matter: a source of atmospheric CO2. Remote sensing to measure the distribution and structure of vegetation. Remote sensing for monitoring vegetation: an emphasis on satellites. Coupling remotely sensed data to ground observations. The LACIE experiment in satellite aided monitoring of global crop production. Measurement of changes in the vegetation of the earth by satellite imagery.
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accuracy agricultural amount analysis annual applied approach atmosphere bands calculated cent changes characteristics classes classification climate colour combination cover crop cultivation defined detail determine developed diagrams distribution earth ecological ecosystems effects environmental estimates et al example experiment factors field Figure formation global grassland ground groups harvest imagery important improved includes increase indicated infra-red interpretation LACIE land LANDSAT layer loss major mean measurements method Michigan natural obtained organic matter patterns Phase plant possible potential present problem production radar rain forest range reflectance regions release relevés Remote Sensing Report Resources sample scale scheme Science season shown shows similar soil carbon Space species spectral structural studies Table techniques temperature trees tropical units University values variations various vegetation vegetation maps vegetation types wavelengths wheat Whittaker Woodwell yield zones