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The 2013 FLEX—US airborne campaign at the Parker Tract Loblolly Pine Plantation in North Carolina, USAAuthor(s): Elizabeth M. Middleton; Uwe Rascher; Lawrence A. Corp; K. Fred Huemmrich; Bruce D. Cook; Asko Noormets; Anke Schickling; Francisco Pinto; Luis Alonso; Alexander Damm; Luis Guanter; Roberto Colombo; Petya K. E. Campbell; David R. Landis; Qingyuan Zhang; Micol Rossini; Dirk Schuettemeyer; Remo Bianchi
Source: Remote Sensing
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationMiddleton, Elizabeth M.; Rascher, Uwe; Corp, Lawrence A.; Huemmrich, K. Fred; Cook, Bruce D.; Noormets, Asko; Schickling, Anke; Pinto, Francisco; Alonso, Luis; Damm, Alexander; Guanter, Luis; Colombo, Roberto; Campbell, Petya K. E.; Landis, David R.; Zhang, Qingyuan; Rossini, Micol; Schuettemeyer, Dirk; Bianchi, Remo. 2017.The 2013 FLEX—US airborne campaign at the Parker Tract Loblolly Pine Plantation in North Carolina, USA. Remote Sensing. 9(6): 612; 31 p. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs9060612.
Keywordschlorophyll fluorescence, diurnal responses, red SIF, far-red SIF, SIF ratio, Fratio, HyPlant, G-LiHT, GEP, LUE
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