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Modeling forest emission: Electromagnetic approximations, tests, and application to retrieval algorithms

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4 Author(s)
Ferrazzoli, P. ; Tor Vergata University, Ingegneria - DISP, Via del Politecnico 1 00133 Roma, Italy ; Guerriero, L. ; Rahmoune, R. ; Vecchia, A.Della

This paper reviews the steps of a work aimed at modeling forest emission at L band. The first step consists in the development of a discrete multiple scattering model, which was tested against experimental data collected in a variety of forest types and conditions. The main tests are summarized. The approximate relationships adopted to generate a complete input data set are described. Then, the physical model is used to calibrate the parameters of a simple radiative transfer model of first order, to be used in the retrieval algorithms.

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Microwave Radiometry and Remote Sensing of the Environment (MicroRad), 2010 11th Specialist Meeting on

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1-4 March 2010

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