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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Consolidating the Two-Stream Inversion Package (JRC-TIP) to Retrieve Land Surface Parameters from Albedo ProductsCLERICI Marco; VOSSBECK Michael; PINTY Bernard; KAMINSKI Thomas; TABERNER Malcolm; LAVERGNE Thomas; ANDREDAKIS IoannisArticles in Journals
2011Exploiting the MODIS albedos with the Two-stream Inversion Package (JRC-TIP): 1. Effective leaf area index, vegetation, and soil propertiesPINTY Bernard; ANDREDAKIS Ioannis; CLERICI Marco; KAMINSKI Thomas; TABERNER Malcolm; VERSTRAETE Michel; GOBRON Nadine; PLUMMER Stephen; WIDLOWSKI Jean-LucArticles in Journals
2011Exploiting the MODIS albedos with the Two‐stream Inversion Package (JRC‐TIP): 2. Fractions of transmitted and absorbed fluxes in the vegetation and soil layersPINTY Bernard; CLERICI Marco; ANDREDAKIS Ioannis; KAMINSKI Thomas; TABERNER Malcolm; VERSTRAETE Michel; GOBRON Nadine; PLUMMER Stephen; WIDLOWSKI Jean-LucArticles in Journals
2011Snowy backgrounds enhance the absorption of visible light in forest canopiesPINTY Bernard; WIDLOWSKI Jean-Luc; VERSTRAETE Michel; ANDREDAKIS Ioannis; ARINO Olivier; CLERICI Marco; KAMINSKI Thomas; TABERNER MalcolmArticles in Journals
2012Tropical Cyclone GIOVANNA. Madagascar, February 2012PROBST Pamela; FRANCHELLO GIOVANNI; ANNUNZIATO Alessandro; DE GROEVE Tom; VERNACCINI Luca; HIRNER Andreas; ANDREDAKIS IoannisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Tropical Cyclone ISAAC. USA, August 2012PROBST Pamela; FRANCHELLO GIOVANNI; ANNUNZIATO Alessandro; DE GROEVE Tom; ANDREDAKIS IoannisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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