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The suitability of high resolution satellite imagery to provide the water status in orchard crops, i.e. stem water potential (Ψstem) was evaluated in . However, the contribution of a number of collaborators was not properly acknowledged. Pieter Janssens, Wendy Odeurs, Hilde Vandendriessche and Tom Deckers all provided a substantial contribution to the conception and the design of the work. They furthermore had a leading role in the acquisition, processing, analysis, and interpretation of the reference evapotranspiration (ETo) and Ψstem data. The article  would not have been possible without their valuable input, and the authors would like to correct the authors list as follows:
Jonathan Van Beek1,*, Laurent Tits1, Ben Somers2, Pieter Janssens3, Wendy Odeurs3, Hilde Vandendriessche3,4, Tom Deckers5 and Pol Coppin1
2 KU Leuven, Division Forest, Nature and Landscape, Celestijnenlaan 200E, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium; E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
4 KU Leuven, Division of Crop Biotechnics, Willem de Croylaan 48, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium
5 Pcfruit research station, Fruittuinweg 1, Sint-Truiden BE-3800, Belgium; E-Mail: email@example.com
*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed; E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel.: +32-1632-8146; Fax: +32-1632-2966.
- Van Beek, J.; Tits, L.; Somers, B.; Coppin, P. Stem Water Potential Monitoring in Pear Orchards through WorldView-2 Multispectral Imagery. Remote Sens. 2013, 5, 6647–6666.
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