Wouter Verhoef focuses on Radiative transfer, Remote sensing, Chlorophyll fluorescence, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Photochemical Reflectance Index. His Radiative transfer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrology, Atmospheric sciences and Radiance. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Least squares and Leaf area index.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Remote sensing, Primary production, Field and Vegetation in addition to Chlorophyll fluorescence. His Atmospheric radiative transfer codes research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Water balance, Xanthophyll and Photosynthetic efficiency. In his research on the topic of Photochemical Reflectance Index, Irradiance, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Anisotropy is strongly related with Absorption.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Remote sensing, Radiative transfer, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Hyperspectral imaging and Radiance. His Remote sensing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmospheric correction, Canopy, Leaf area index and Optics. He has researched Leaf area index in several fields, including FluxNet and Evapotranspiration.
Wouter Verhoef works mostly in the field of Radiative transfer, limiting it down to concerns involving Photochemical Reflectance Index and, occasionally, Irradiance. His Atmospheric radiative transfer codes research incorporates elements of Particulates and Reflectivity. His study in Remote sensing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Water quality, Atmosphere, Meteorology and Field.
Remote sensing, Radiative transfer, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Atmospheric correction and Evapotranspiration are his primary areas of study. Wouter Verhoef combines subjects such as Canopy and Vegetation with his study of Remote sensing. His studies deal with areas such as Absorption, Aerosol, Photochemical Reflectance Index, Geostationary Ocean Color Imager and Algorithm as well as Radiative transfer.
His Atmospheric radiative transfer codes research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Particulates, Fluorescence and Reflectivity. His work deals with themes such as Mean squared error, Ocean color, MODTRAN and Satellite imagery, which intersect with Atmospheric correction. His research integrates issues of Meteorology, FluxNet and Biome in his study of Evapotranspiration.
His primary areas of investigation include Remote sensing, Radiative transfer, Atmospheric correction, Vegetation and Photochemical Reflectance Index. His biological study deals with issues like Primary production, which deal with fields such as Remote sensing, Field, Satellite imagery, MODTRAN and Leaf area index. Wouter Verhoef works in the field of Radiative transfer, namely Atmospheric radiative transfer codes.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Photosynthetic reaction centre, Fluorescence and Reflectivity. His Atmospheric correction research includes themes of Spectrometer, Radiometer and Radiance. Wouter Verhoef interconnects Irradiance and Digital elevation model in the investigation of issues within Vegetation.
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Light scattering by leaf layers with application to canopy reflectance modeling: The SAIL model
Remote Sensing of Environment (1984)
Reconstructing cloudfree NDVI composites using Fourier analysis of time series
G.J. Roerink;M. Menenti;W. Verhoef.
International Journal of Remote Sensing (2000)
An integrated model of soil-canopy spectral radiances, photosynthesis, fluorescence, temperature and energy balance
C. van der Tol;W. Verhoef;J. Timmermans;A. Verhoef.
Earth observation modeling based on layer scattering matrices
Remote Sensing of Environment (1985)
Third Radiation Transfer Model Intercomparison (RAMI) exercise: Documenting progress in canopy reflectance models
Jean-Luc Widlowski;Malcolm Taberner;Bernard Pinty;Véronique Bruniquel-Pinel.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Unified Optical-Thermal Four-Stream Radiative Transfer Theory for Homogeneous Vegetation Canopies
W. Verhoef;Li Jia;Qing Xiao;Z. Su.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2007)
Remote sensing of solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) in vegetation: 50 years of progress.
Gina H. Mohammed;Roberto Colombo;Elizabeth M. Middleton;Uwe Rascher.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2019)
Mapping agroecological zones and time lag in vegetation growth by means of Fourier analysis of time series of NDVI images
M. Menenti;S. Azzali;W. Verhoef;R. van Swol.
Advances in Space Research (1993)
Radiation Transfer Model Intercomparison (RAMI) exercise: Results from the second phase
B. Pinty;J.-L. Widlowski;M. Taberner;N. Gobron.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Theory of radiative transfer models applied in optical remote sensing of vegetation canopies
NLR Technical Publication TP 98025 (1998)
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