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1-Jan-1992Normalization of multidirectional red and NIR reflectances with the SAVIHuete, AR; Hua, G; Qi, J; Chehbouni, A; van Leeuwen, WJD
1-Jan-2014Identifying minimal sets of survey techniques for multi-species monitoring across landscapes: an approach utilising species distribution modelsBino, G; Ramp, D; Kingsford, RT
1-Oct-2017Scaling effects on spring phenology detections from MODIS data at multiple spatial resolutions over the contiguous United StatesPeng, D; Zhang, X; Zhang, B; Liu, L; Liu, X; Huete, AR; Huang, W; Wang, S; Luo, S; Zhang, X; Zhang, H
1-Jan-1994An Error and Sensitivity Analysis of the Atmospheric and Soil-Correcting Variants of the NDVI for the MODISEOSHuete, AR; Liu, HQ
1-Jan-1994Terrestrial remote sensing science and algorithms planned for EOS/MODISRunning, SW; Justice, CO; Salomonson, V; Hall, D; Barker, J; Kaufmann, YJ; Strahler, AH; Huete, AR; Muller, JP; Vanderbilt, V; Wan, ZM; Teillet, P; Carneggie, D
1-Oct-2018A 30-m landsat-derived cropland extent product of Australia and China using random forest machine learning algorithm on Google Earth Engine cloud computing platformTeluguntla, P; Thenkabail, P; Oliphant, A; Xiong, J; Gumma, MK; Congalton, RG; Yadav, K; Huete, A
1-Jan-1986Separation of soil-plant spectral mixtures by factor analysisHuete, AR
15-Nov-2003Seasonal landscape and spectral vegetation index dynamics in the Brazilian Cerrado: An analysis within the Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazônia (LBA)Ferreira, LG; Yoshioka, H; Huete, A; Sano, EE
1-Jan-1990Assessment of vegetation and soil water regimes in partial canopies with optical remotely sensed dataHuete, AR; Warrick, AW
15-Jun-2018Enhanced canopy growth precedes senescence in 2005 and 2010 Amazonian droughtsLiu, YY; van Dijk, AIJM; Miralles, DG; McCabe, MF; Evans, JP; de Jeu, RAM; Gentine, P; Huete, A; Parinussa, RM; Wang, L; Guan, K; Berry, J; Restrepo-Coupe, N
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