KUREX-91 - A USSR/US study for global climate processes in steppe vegetationResearchers use satellite remote sensing of the earth's reflected and emitted radiation as correlated indices of the variables they measure on the ground or within the atmosphere. The Kursk 1991 Experiment (KUREX-91) was conducted to develop capabilities for monitoring global change, and to understand how the earth's land-surface vegetation and atmospheric boundary layer interact. The experiment enabled scientific interactions between the international participants, and comparisons of instruments and data. Intensive ground measurements were coordinated with helicopter, aircraft and satellite data acquisitions.
Deering, Donald W. (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, MD, United States)
Kozoderov, Vladimir V. (Russian Academy of Sciences Inst. of Computational Mathematics, Moscow, Russia)
August 16, 2013
January 1, 1992
Publication: In: IGARSS '92; Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Houston, TX, May 26-29, 1992. Vol. 2 (A93-47551 20-43)
EARTH RESOURCES AND REMOTE SENSING
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