Application of computer axial tomography (CAT) to measuring crop canopy geometry.

M. E. Bauer, V. C. Vanderbilt, R. W. Kilgore

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Abstract

The feasibility of using the principles of computer axial tomography (CAT) to quantify the structure of crop canopies was investigated because six variables are needed to describe the position-orientation with time of a small piece of canopy foliage. -NASA Abstract E82-10227 English

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherPurdue University, Lafayette, IN, Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing; LARS-TR-060881
StatePublished - 1981

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    Bauer, M. E., Vanderbilt, V. C., & Kilgore, R. W. (1981). Application of computer axial tomography (CAT) to measuring crop canopy geometry. In Unknown Host Publication Title Purdue University, Lafayette, IN, Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing; LARS-TR-060881.