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Estimating light climate in forest with the convex densiometer: operator effect, geometry and relation to diffuse light

Bibliographic reference Baudry, Olivier ; Charmetant, Charlotte ; Collet, Catherine ; Ponette, Quentin. Estimating light climate in forest with the convex densiometer: operator effect, geometry and relation to diffuse light. In: European Journal of Forest Research, no. 133, p. 101-110 (2014)
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