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Palluconi in (1988) reporting at the first FIFE results workshop, verified this conclusion. 40 T. LoJ -.... 5. TlMS spectra for several surfaces from HAPEX showing the corrected temperatures for an oat and corn fields. The data for both fields have results from both a cold and a hot spot in each field. 5 is an example of the difficulty that might be expected when bare soils are present in the field of view. These are data from several fields in the HAPEX experiment. For the cool portion of the oat field discussed earlier, there is essentially no variation in the surface temperature across the six channels.
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