3D canopy modelling as a tool in remote-sensing research
AbstractThis chapter reviews the way in which 3D plant and canopy models have been used in the field of remote sensing. The focus of the chapter is on remote sensing of crops at microwave and optical wavelengths, although other applications are discussed. A brief review of remote sensing of crops is presented, followed by an evaluation of the motivation for using various types of 3D models with remotesensing data. A discussion of current issues and areas requiring future work is provided.
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