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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Third RAdiation Transfer Model Intercomparison (RAMI) Exercise: Documenting Progress in Canopy Reflectance ModelsWIDLOWSKI JEAN-LUC; TABERNER MALCOLM; PINTY BERNARD; BRUNIQUEL - PINEL Veronique; DISNEY Mathias; FERNANDES Richard; GASTELLU-ETCHEGORRY Jean-Philippe; GOBRON NADINE; KUUSK Andres; LAVERGNE Thomas, et alArticles in Journals
2008Towards a High Spatial Resolution Limit for Pixel-Based Interpretations of Optical Remote Sensing DataWIDLOWSKI JEAN-LUC; PINTY BERNARD; GOBRON NADINE; VERSTRAETE MICHEL; LAVERGNE T.Articles in Journals
2002Uniqueness of Multiangular Measurements. Part 1. An Indicator of Subpixel Surface Heterogeneity from MISR.PINTY Bernard; WIDLOWSKI Jean-luc; GOBRON Nadine; VERSTRAETE Michel m.; DINER DavidArticles in Journals
2002Uniqueness of Multiangular Measurements. Part 2. Joint Retrieval of Vegetation Structure and Photosynthetic Activity from MISR.GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; VERSTRAETE Michel m.; WIDLOWSKI Jean-luc; DINER DavidArticles in Journals
2005Using 1-D Models to Interprete the Reflectance Anisotropy of 3-D Canopy Targets: Issues and CaveatsWIDLOWSKI JEAN-LUC; PINTY BERNARD; LAVERGNE Thomas; VERSTRAETE MICHEL; GOBRON NADINEArticles in Journals
2008Validation of the MERIS FAPAR L2 Products against Independent Estimates Derived from the MODIS and MISR Surface Albedo Operational productsPINTY Bernard; LAVERGNE Thomas; KAMINSKI Thomas; GOBRON Nadine; TABERNER Malcolm; GIERING Ralf; VERSTRAETE Michel; VOSSBECK Michael; WIDLOWSKI Jean-LucContributions to Conferences
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