SNF Leaf Optical Properties: Cary-14

F.G. HALL, K.F. HUEMMRICH, D.E. STREBEL, S.J. GOETZ, J.E. NICKESON & K.D. WOODS
Knowledge of the optical properties of the components of the forest canopy is important to the understanding of how plants interact with their environment and how this information may be used to determine vegetation characteristics using remote sensing. During the summers of 1983 and 1984, samples of the major components of the boreal forest canopy (needles, leaves, branches, moss, litter) were collected in the Superior National Forest (SNF) of Minnesota and sent to the Johnson...
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