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Remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll fluorescence from space

Frankenberg, Christian and Berry, Joseph and Guanter, Luis and Joiner, Joanna (2013) Remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll fluorescence from space. SPIE Newsroom . Art. No. 4725. ISSN 1818-2259. doi:10.1117/2.1201302.004725.

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High-resolution spectrometers enable new avenues in global carbon cycle research, including the first accurate retrievals of chlorophyll fluorescence from space as an indicator of photosynthetic activity.

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Frankenberg, Christian0000-0002-0546-5857
Guanter, Luis0000-0002-8389-5764
Joiner, Joanna0000-0003-4278-1020
Additional Information:© 2013 SPIE. he authors are grateful for the Japanese GOSAT teams from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, and the Japanese National Institute for Environmental Studies and Ministry of the Environment. The authors acknowledge ideas and advice from the participants in the New Methods to Measure Photosynthesis from Space workshop organized by the W. M. Keck Institute for Space Studies, California Institute of Technology.12Part of the research described in this paper was carried out by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, under a contract with NASA. We thank Martin Jung and Markus Reichstein for providing the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry (Jena, Germany) data set.
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