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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

RASMUS HOUBORG
Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory
(This person is no longer with ARS)
Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Incorporating maps of leaf chlorophyll in a thermal-based two-source energy balance scheme for mapping coupled fluxes of carbon and water exchange at a range of scales - (Abstract Only)
Houborg, R.M., Anderson, M.C., Kustas, W.P., Prueger, J.H. 2008. Incorporating maps of leaf chlorophyll in a thermal-based two-source energy balance scheme for mapping coupled fluxes of carbon and water exchange at a range of scales [abstract]. American Geophysical Union. 80(53):B51A-0349.
Utility of an image-based canopy reflectance modeling tool for remote estimation of LAI and leaf chlorophyll content at the field scale - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Houborg, R., Anderson, M.C., Daughtry, C.S. 2009. Utility of an image-based canopy reflectance modeling tool for remote estimation of LAI and leaf chlorophyll content at the field scale. Remote Sensing of Environment. 113:259-274.
Intercomparison of a 'Bottom-up' and 'Top-down' Modeling Paradigm for estimating carbon and latent heat fluxes over a variety of vegetative regimes across the U.S., Agricultural and Forest Meteorology - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Houborg, R.M., Anderson, M.C., Norman, J.M., Wilson, T., Meyers, T. 2009. Intercomparison of a 'Bottom-up' and 'Top-down' modeling paradigm for estimating carbon and latent heat fluxes over a variety of vegetative regimes across the U.S. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 149:1875-1895.
Utility of an image-based canopy reflectence modeling tool for remote estimation of LAI and leaf chlorophyll content in crop systems. - (Proceedings)
Houborg, R.M., Anderson M.C., 2008. Utility of an image-based canopy reflectance modeling tool for remote estimation of LAI and leaf chlorophyll content in crop systems. In: Proceedings of IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, July 7-11, 2008, Boston, Massachusetts, Abstract 3530.
Validation and Intercomparison of a 'Bottom-up' and 'Top-Down' modeling paradigm for estimating energy and carbon fluxes over a variety of vegetative regimes across the U.S. - (Abstract Only)
Houborg, R.M., Anderson, M.C. 2008. Validation and Intercomparison of a 'Bottom-up' and 'Top-Down' modeling paradigm for estimating energy and carbon fluxes over a variety of vegetative regimes across the U.S.[abstract]. Abs. 12, BARC Poster Day.
An intercomparison of a 'bottom-up' modeling strategy for estimating canopy transpiration and carbon assimilation fluxes over a wide variety of C3 and C4 plant species - (Proceedings)
Houborg, R.M., Anderson, M.C. 2008. An intercomparison of a 'bottom-up' and 'top-down' modeling strategy for estimating canopy transpiration and carbon assimilation fluxes over a wide variety of C3 and C4 plant species. In: Proceedings of the American Meteorology Society, 28th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, April 28-May 2, 2008, Orlando, Florida. Abstract 7.2.
A constrained inverse and forward canopy reflectance modeling system for mapping key biophysical properties using remotely sensed reflectance observations - (Abstract Only)
Houborg, R., Anderson, M.C., Daughtry, C. 2007. A contrained inverse and forward canopy reflectance modeling system for mapping key biophysical properties using remotely sensed reflectance observations [abstract]. American Geophysical Union. 88(52):B21A-0030.
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