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Record #172597:

Relationship between AVHRR surface temperature and NDVI in Arctic tundra ecosystems / A. Hope, R. Engstrom, D. Stow.

Title: Relationship between AVHRR surface temperature and NDVI in Arctic tundra ecosystems / A. Hope, R. Engstrom, D. Stow.
Author(s): Hope, A.
Engstrom, R.
Stow, D.
Date: 2005.
In: International Journal of Remote Sensing. (2005.), Vol. 26(8) (2005)
Abstract: Examines hypothesis that relationship between surface temperature and normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) will be linear, but positive in Arctic tundra ecosystems due to contrast between warm vegetation and cold soil/moss background. Data collected over North Slope of Alaska in summer 1999 supports theory that surface temperatures respond to spatial and temporal changes in air temperature.
Notes:

International Journal of Remote Sensing. Vol. 26(8) :1771-1776 (2005).

Keywords: 58 -- Botany.
58.08 -- Botanical techniques and methods.
581.524.444.2 -- Tundra.
53.087.23 -- Remote sensing.
G -- Botany.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*494) -- Alaska, northwestern.
SPRI record no.: 172597

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