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An Integrated Field and Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Method for the Estimation of Pigments Content of Stipa Purpurea in Shenzha, Tibet

Bo Kong, Bing He, Huan Yu, Yu Liu
2017 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
is slightly more than Chlb; (5) the distribution of Chla is opposite to Chlb and Chls content in water area.  ...  Based on the analysis of typical hyperspectral variables sensitive to chlorophyll content of Stipa purpurea, 10 spectral variables with significant correlation with chlorophyll were extracted.  ...  Acknowledgments This research is supported by the National Natural Science  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/4787054 fatcat:yf5hqd5jjbgnnmkopbqtxsobpy

The Impact of Tourist Traffic on the Condition and Cell Structures of Alpine Swards

Marlena Kycko, Bogdan Zagajewski, Samantha Lavender, Elżbieta Romanowska, Magdalena Zwijacz-Kozica
2018 Remote Sensing  
be carried out using various sensors 39 [3-5].  ...  This research focuses on the effect of trampling on vegetation in high-mountain 16 ecosystems through the electromagnetic spectrum's interaction with plant pigments, cell structure, 17 water content and  ...  For this species in the reference buffer, the Fv/Fm prominent role in protection against stress; this index is one measure of stressed vegetation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10020220 fatcat:3be64ue2rzhvdfj2hdpys3mfm4

Unmanned aircraft system advances health mapping of fragile polar vegetation

Zbyněk Malenovský, Arko Lucieer, Diana H. King, Johanna D. Turnbull, Sharon A. Robinson, Nicolas Lecomte
2017 Methods in Ecology and Evolution  
Assessments using hyperspectral UAS sensing offer new efficient ways to monitor small stature terrestrial ecosystems.  ...  To resolve these obstacles, we have developed a new method that uses low-altitude unmanned aircraft system (UAS) hyperspectral images of sub-decimeter spatial resolution.  ...  Only the latter class was used in SVR-based estimation of stress indicators and health assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1111/2041-210x.12833 fatcat:bt6d5yer2zdtvhjttsa7yix3pi

Early Identification of Root Rot Disease by Using Hyperspectral Reflectance: The Case of Pathosystem Grapevine/Armillaria

Federico Calamita, Hafiz Ali Imran, Loris Vescovo, Mohamed Lamine Mekhalfi, Nicola La Porta
2021 Remote Sensing  
We used the hyperspectral imaging sensor Specim-IQ to acquire leaves' reflectance data of the Teroldego Rotaliano grapevine cultivar.  ...  To our knowledge, this study represents the first report on the possibility of using hyperspectral data for root rot disease diagnosis in woody plants.  ...  We would also like to thank Roberto Zorer, Farid Melgani, and Daniele Prodorutti, who, thanks to their experience, have given us crucial advice and tips.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13132436 fatcat:dkxxssc66jau3awtikep32h4ci

A Range of Earth Observation Techniques for Assessing Plant Diversity [chapter]

Angela Lausch, Marco Heurich, Paul Magdon, Duccio Rocchini, Karsten Schulz, Jan Bumberger, Doug J. King
2020 Remote Sensing of Plant Biodiversity  
Finally, we thank the NIMBioS working group on Remote Sensing of Biodiversity.  ...  Acknowledgments We particularly thank the researchers for the Hyperspectral Equipment of the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research-UFZ and TERENO funded by the Helmholtz Association and the Federal  ...  et al. (2015b) modeled the photosynthesis rate of young European beech trees under drought stress using hyperspectral visible infrared and hyperspectral thermal sensors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-33157-3_13 fatcat:cv6qn6mnh5g4pbiddxx6chx5sy

Applications of Remote Sensing to Alien Invasive Plant Studies

Cho-ying Huang, Gregory Asner
2009 Sensors  
Remote sensing has been an important tool for large-scale ecological studies in the past three decades, but it was not commonly used to study alien invasive plants until the mid 1990s.  ...  We synthesize previous research efforts on remote sensing of invasive plants from spatial, temporal and spectral perspectives.  ...  This work was supported by National Cheng Kung University (CH), NASA Terrestrial Ecology Program-Biodiversity research grant NNG-06-GI-87G, NASA North American Carbon Program grant NACP-Asner-01, and the  ... 
doi:10.3390/s90604869 pmid:22408558 pmcid:PMC3291943 fatcat:cryvdls2efdtrlisotsbbbtnnu

Measuring freshwater aquatic ecosystems: The need for a hyperspectral global mapping satellite mission

Erin Lee Hestir, Vittorio E. Brando, Mariano Bresciani, Claudia Giardino, Erica Matta, Paolo Villa, Arnold G. Dekker
2015 Remote Sensing of Environment  
The US National Research Council's guidance to NASA regarding missions for the coming decade includes a polar orbiting, global mapping hyperspectral satellite remote sensing mission, the Hyperspectral  ...  Freshwater ecosystems underpin global water and food security, yet are some of the most endangered ecosystems in the world because they are particularly vulnerable to land management change and climate  ...  Colombo and his group (University of Milano Bicocca) for the experiment with the multiplexer radiometer irradiometer (MRI) in Mantua lakes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2015.05.023 fatcat:xdupb3fj4jdovews554kp5ut2e

Antarctic moss stress assessment based on chlorophyll content and leaf density retrieved from imaging spectroscopy data

Zbyněk Malenovský, Johanna D. Turnbull, Arko Lucieer, Sharon A. Robinson
2015 New Phytologist  
an imaging spectrometer outdoors on water-deficient (stressed) and well-watered (unstressed) moss test sites.  ...  with an imaging 40 spectrometer outdoors on water-deficient (stressed) and well-watered (unstressed) 41 moss test sites.  ...  A distance of about 291 3.5 m between the sensor and objects resulted in images of 3260 by 1004 pixels with 292 vegetation index and reflectance continuum removal 312 Optical vegetation indices (VI)  ... 
doi:10.1111/nph.13524 pmid:26083501 fatcat:blegeroagncqdevkhmnkaqcdba

HyperUAS-Imaging Spectroscopy from a Multirotor Unmanned Aircraft System

Arko Lucieer, Zbyněk Malenovský, Tony Veness, Luke Wallace
2014 Journal of Field Robotics  
In this paper, we describe the design, development, airborne operations, in addition to calibration, processing and interpretation of image data collected with a new hyperspectral unmanned aircraft system  ...  In this paper, we describe the design, development, airborne operations, calibration, processing, and interpretation of image data collected with a new hyperspectral unmanned aircraft system (HyperUAS)  ...  Jimenéz Berni from The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Canberra during spectral and radiometric calibration of the Micro-Hyperspec sensor.  ... 
doi:10.1002/rob.21508 fatcat:golpbazwu5gl7b5a4yye6amn2a

An Overview of AVIRIS-NG Airborne Hyperspectral Science Campaign Over India

Bimal K. Bhattacharya, Robert O. Green, Sadasiva Rao, M. Saxena, Shweta Sharma, K. Ajay Kumar, P. Srinivasulu, Shashikant Sharma, D. Dhar, S. Bandyopadhyay, Shantanu Bhatwadekar, Raj Kumar
2019 Current Science  
sites in India during 84 days from 16 December 2015 to 6 March 2016.  ...  This campaign was organized under the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) joint initiative for HYperSpectral Imaging (HYSI) programme.  ...  , disease detection, canopy and soil water stresses, soil types, land uses, coral reef macro-algae, minerals, coastal vegetation, urban roof types; (ii) development of retrieval schemes for the determination  ... 
doi:10.18520/cs/v116/i7/1082-1088 fatcat:le4f5i3c7fbkrh5zfvhw4pt52m

2014 Index IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing Vol. 7

2014 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
., +, JSTARS April 2014 1200-1206 Semantic Matchmaking & Mediation for Sensors on the Sensor Web.  ...  Qi, L., +, JSTARS May 2014 1623-1631 Blue-Red-NIR Model for Chlorophyll-a Retrieval in Hypersaline-Alkaline Water Using Landsat ETM+ Sensor.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2015.2397347 fatcat:ib3tjwsjsnd6ri6kkklq5ov37a

Mapping Canopy Chlorophyll Content in a Temperate Forest Using Airborne Hyperspectral Data

J. Malin Hoeppner, Andrew K. Skidmore, Roshanak Darvishzadeh, Marco Heurich, Hsing-Chung Chang, Tawanda W. Gara
2020 Remote Sensing  
In the past, research has predominantly focused on the use of hyperspectral data on canopy chlorophyll content retrieval of crops and grassland ecosystems.  ...  The airborne hyperspectral imagery was acquired by the AisaFenix sensor (623 bands; 3.5 nm spectral resolution in the visible near-infrared (VNIR) region, and 12 nm spectral resolution in the shortwave  ...  In this study, we investigate the potential of airborne hyperspectral data to estimate forest canopy chlorophyll content using narrowband vegetation indices as well as multivariate methods, including PLSR  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12213573 fatcat:p42yx4phijea5kszeklfmte4bi

Integration of Vessel-Based Hyperspectral Scanning and 3D-Photogrammetry for Mobile Mapping of Steep Coastal Cliffs in the Arctic

Sara Salehi, Sandra Lorenz, Erik Vest Sørensen, Robert Zimmermann, Rasmus Fensholt, Bjørn Henning Heincke, Moritz Kirsch, Richard Gloaguen
2018 Remote Sensing  
of the targets identified using the hyperspectral data contents.  ...  The method is tested using experimental data acquired from near-vertical cliff sections in two parts of Greenland, in Karrat (Central West) and Søndre Strømfjord (South West).  ...  Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology is thanked for the use of SPECIM AisaFenix hyperspectral scanner. The authors gratefully acknowledge B.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10020175 fatcat:lzmq47potzczfeeuyvjxmz3egu

Comparison of Airborne LiDAR and Satellite Hyperspectral Remote Sensing to Estimate Vascular Plant Richness in Deciduous Mediterranean Forests of Central Chile

Andrés Ceballos, Jaime Hernández, Patricio Corvalán, Mauricio Galleguillos
2015 Remote Sensing  
Multiple predictors were evaluated: 30 topographical and vegetation structure indexes from LiDAR data, and 32 spectral indexes and band transformations from the EO1-Hyperion sensor.  ...  This study aimed to estimate the spatial distribution of plant species richness using remote sensing in the Andes foothills of the Maule Region, Chile.  ...  Jaime Hernandez helped in the design of the experiment, discussed the results, and contributed to the writing of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs70302692 fatcat:wocoqqasyrdcxeq5zk7f5gx4na

Intraspecific Differences in Spectral Reflectance Curves as Indicators of Reduced Vitality in High-Arctic Plants

Bogdan Zagajewski, Hans Tømmervik, Jarle Bjerke, Edwin Raczko, Zbigniew Bochenek, Andrzej Kłos, Anna Jarocińska, Samantha Lavender, Dariusz Ziółkowski
2017 Remote Sensing  
Only a few studies in the Arctic and boreal regions have focused on the spectral properties of single species using hyperspectral sensors [16, 17] ; most studies focus primarily on vegetation communities  ...  (5) to assess how well satellite data can detect vegetation stress on the ground.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs9121289 fatcat:c3q224ieavdcngbao3cuuwdhku
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