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Craig R. Ferguson, Eric F. Wood, and Raghuveer K. Vinukollu

, and snow ( Gao et al. 2006 ). Therefore, regions with high (>5%) surface water fraction, frozen ( T < 273 K) or snow-covered ground, or dense vegetation (vegetation optical thickness > 0.8) are all assigned missing values in the LPRM. For nonmissing values, the LPRM provides a quality flag. Only estimates of “nominal” or higher accuracy are used. For additional quality control, we apply the global porosity map used in the LPRM dielectric mixing module to screen out any pixel that does not exhibit

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