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THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES OF SPECTRORADIOMETRIC
METHODOLOGY AND REQUIREMENTS OF REMOTE
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absorption accuracy aerial altitude aperture atmospheric beam blackbody BRDF calculated calibration camera canopy Chapter coefficient constant corresponding curve density described detector determine direction earth EIFOV electromagnetic electronic emissivity emulsion energy entrance pupil equation example exposure field of view filter focal length function geometrical ground feature IFOV imagery incident infrared Lambertian lamp Landsat layer lens Luminous maximum measured mirror modulation multispectral NASA noise optical system optical thickness orbit output photographic pixels plane polarization propagation quantities radiant exitance radiant flux radiometric range ratio referred refractive refractive index remote sensing resolution resolving power reststrahlen satellite scan scanner scattering sensitivity sensor shown in Fig Skylab slit solar constant solid angle spatial frequency spectral bands spectral irradiance spectral radiance spectral reflectance spectral signatures spectroradiometer spectrum steradian surface Table temperature Thematic Mapper thermal transmittance values velocity wave wavelength wavelength interval XlO7