Further Reading

Chen JM, Rich PM, GowerST, Norman JM, and Plummer S (1997) Leaf area index of boreal forests: Theory, techniques and measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research 102: 29429-29443.

Coops NC, Smith ML, Jacobsen KL, Martin M, and Ollinger S (2004) Estimation of plant and leaf area index using three techniques in a mature native eucalypt canopy. Austral Ecology 29: 332-341.

Fang H and Liang S (2005) A hybrid inversion method for mapping leaf area index from MODIS data: Experiments and application to broadleafand needleleaf canopies. Remote Sensing of Environment 94(3): 405-424.

Goel NS (1988) Models of vegetation canopy reflectance and their use in estimation of biophysical parameters from reflectance data. Remote Sensing Review 4: 1-222.

Jonckheere I, Fleck S, Nackaerts K, et al. (2004) Review of methods for in situ leaf area index determination. Part I: Theories, sensors and hemispherical photography. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 121(1-2): 19-35.

Liang S (2004) Quantitative Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces, 562pp. New York: Wiley.

Myneni RB, Hoffman S, Knyazikhin Y, et al. (2002) Global products of vegetation leaf area and fraction absorbed PAR from year one of MODIS data. Remote Sensing of Environment 83(1-2): 214-231.

Prentice IC, Cramer W, Harrison SP, etal. (1992) A global biome model based on plant physiology and dominance, soil properties, and climate. Journal of Biogeography 19: 117-134.

Scurlock JMO, Asner GP, and Gower ST (2001) Worldwide

Historical Estimates of Leaf Area Index, 1932-2000, Oak Ridge,

Tenn, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.ORNL Technical Memorandum.

Weiss M, Baret F, Myneni RB, Pragnere A, and Knyazikhin Y (2000) Investigation of a model inversion technique to estimate canopy biophysical variables from spectral and directional reflectance data. Agronomie 20(1): 3-22.

Woodward FI, Smith TM, and Emanuel WR (1995) A global land primary productivity and phytogeography model. Global Biogeochemical Cycle 9(4): 471-490.

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