Using leaf chlorophyll to parameterize light-use-efficiency within a thermal-based carbon, water and energy exchange model

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Using leaf chlorophyll to parameterize light-use-efficiency within a thermal-based carbon, water and energy exchange model
Author(s)
Houborg R, Anderson M, Daughtry C, Kustas W, Rodell M
Publication Title
Remote Sensing of Environment
Publication Date
2011
DOI
10.1016/j.rse.2011.02.027
ISSN
0034-4257
Volume
115
Issue
7
First Page
1694
Last Page
1705
Keyword(s)
Leaf chlorophyll, Light-use-efficiency, Thermal infrared, Carbon flux, Energy balance, Vegetation stress, Shortwave reflectance
Citation
Houborg R, Anderson M, Daughtry C, Kustas W, Rodell M. Using leaf chlorophyll to parameterize light-use-efficiency within a thermal-based carbon, water and energy exchange model. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2011;115 (7):1694-1705.
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