Retrieval and assessment of CO2 uptake by mediterranean ecosystems using remote sensing and meteorological data

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  • A. Moreno Martínez Universitat de València

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4995/raet.2014.3267

Keywords:

Remote sensing, Mediterranean scosystems

Abstract

Reseña de tesis doctoral

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Author Biography

A. Moreno Martínez, Universitat de València

As. Prof. of Applied Physics and membor of UV-ERS (University of Valencia Environmental Remote Sensing Group).

Main research topics: ecosystem carbon fluxes, vegetation indices, time series, desertification, and, in general, the study of vegetation using spectral data (from visible, near and middle infrared).

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2014-12-16

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