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Title: Estimating Canopy Water Content of Chaparral Shrubs Using Optical Methods
Authors: Ustin, Susan L.
Scheer, George
Castaneda, Claudia M.
Jacquemoud, Stephane
Roberts, Dar
Green, Robert O.
Issue Date: 4-Mar-1996
Citation: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Abstract: California chaparral ecosystems are exceptionally fire adapted and typically are subject to wildfire at decadal to century frequencies. The hot dry Mediterranean climate summers and the chaparral communities of the Santa Monica Mountains make wildfire one of the most serious economic and life-threatening natural disasters faced by the region.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/24169
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