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2004Canopy Structure Parameters Derived from Multi-Angular Remote Sensing Data for Terrestrial Carbon Studies.WIDLOWSKI Jean-luc; PINTY Bernard; GOBRON Nadine; VERSTRAETE Michel m.; DINER David; DAVIS AnthonyArticles in Journals
2003Observing Earthquake-Related Dewatering Using MISR/TERRA Satellite Data.PINTY Bernard; GOBRON Nadine; VERSTRAETE Michel m.; MELIN Frederic; WIDLOWSKI Jean-luc; GOVAERTS Yves marie jean paul; DINER David; FIELDING Eric; NELSON David l.; MADARIAGA Raul, et alArticles in Journals
2000Surface Albedo Retrieval from METEOSAT. Part 1. Theory.PINTY Bernard; ROVEDA F.; VERSTRAETE Michel max albert joseph; GOBRON Nadine; GOVAERTS Yves marie jean paul; MARTONCHIK John v.; DINER David; KAHN E.Articles in Journals
2000Surface Albedo Retrieval from Meteosat. Part 2: Applicxations.PINTY Bernard; ROVEDA F.; VERSTRAETE Michel max albert joseph; GOBRON Nadine; GOVAERTS Yves marie jean paul; MARTONCHIK John v.; DINER David; KAHN E.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
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