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Barest Pixel Composite for Agricultural Areas Using Landsat Time Series
Many soil remote sensing applications rely on narrow-band observations to exploit molecular absorption features. However, broadband sensors are invaluable for soil surveying, agriculture, land management and mineral exploration, amongst others. These sensors provide denser time series compared to high-resolution airborne imaging spectrometers and hold the potential of increasing the observable bare-soil area at the cost of spectral detail. The wealth of data coming along with these applicationsdoi:10.3390/rs9121245 fatcat:e5wnwweairc4vnzcbboq3emf5a