Sun canopy - Aluminum venetian blinds.
- A hood or cover attached to the stroller that blocks the sun from the baby's face. Some are large enough to cover the entire stroller seat.
sun canopy - Cielo Quick-Set
Cielo Quick-Set Sun & Beach Shelter
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sun shades canopy4
Colorful sun canopy made from reclaimed old aluminum window screen frames and samples of plastics used for eye-wear shades. The only store-bought items are stainless steel screws, aluminum L shapes and corner brackets. Plastic chips are used by eye-wear designers to specify the color and curve of the lenses. While thinking of possible re-purpose of those chips, Alesina realized that best way to use them will be it's original purpose, as a shade from sun. Plastic chips were crimped to the frame without use of any other fasteners. The whole structure can be easily removed for cleaning and winter storage. Design, Inna Alesina 2010.
Shadows on the canopy Bar Cosmi, Santa Eulalia, Ibiza.
This digital document is a journal article from Remote Sensing of Environment, published by Elsevier in 2007. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Media Library immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
A comprehensive canopy characterization of forests is derived from the combined remote sensing signal of imaging spectrometry and large footprint LIDAR. The inversion of two linked physically based Radiative Transfer Models (RTM) provided the platform for synergistically exploiting the specific and independent information dimensions obtained by the two earth observation systems. Due to its measurement principle, LIght Detection And Ranging (LIDAR) is particularly suited to assess the horizontal and vertical canopy structure of forests, while the spectral measurements of imaging spectrometry are specifically rich on information for biophysical and -chemical canopy properties. In the presented approach, the specific information content inherent to the observations of the respective sensor was not only able to complement the canopy characterization, but also helped to solve the ill-posed problem of the RTM inversion. The theoretical feasibility of the proposed earth observation concept has been tested on a synthetic data set generated by a forest growth model for a wide range of forest stands. Robust estimates on forest canopy characteristics were achieved, ranging from maximal tree height, fractional cover (fcover), Leaf Area Index (LAI) to the foliage chlorophyll and water content. The introduction of prior information on the canopy structure derived from large footprint LIDAR observations significantly improved the retrieval performance relative to estimates based solely on spectral information.