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Remote Sensing Studies of Urban Canopies: 3D Radiative Transfer Modeling

By Lucas Landier, Nicolas Lauret, Tiangang Yin, Ahmad Al Bitar, JeanPhilippe Gastellu-Etchegorry, Christian Feigenwinter, Eberhard Parlow, Zina Mitraka and Nektarios Chrysoulakis

Submitted: November 17th 2015Reviewed: April 21st 2016Published: September 28th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/63887

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Lucas Landier, Nicolas Lauret, Tiangang Yin, Ahmad Al Bitar, JeanPhilippe Gastellu-Etchegorry, Christian Feigenwinter, Eberhard Parlow, Zina Mitraka and Nektarios Chrysoulakis (September 28th 2016). Remote Sensing Studies of Urban Canopies: 3D Radiative Transfer Modeling, Sustainable Urbanization Mustafa Ergen, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/63887. Available from:

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