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Title Relating Hyperspectral Airborne Data to Ground Measurements in a Complex and Discontinuous Canopy
Type Publication
Abstract:

The work described in this paper is aimed at validating hyperspectral airborne reflectance data collected during the Regional Experiments For Land-atmosphere EXchanges (REFLEX) campaign. Ground reflectance data measured in a vineyard were compared with airborne reflectance data. A sampling strategy and subsequent ground data processing had to be devised so as to capture a representative spectral sample of this complex crop. A linear model between airborne and ground data was tried and statistically tested. Results reveal a sound correspondence between ground and airborne reflectance data (R2 > 0.97), validating the atmospheric correction of the latter.

Available from https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1515/acgeo-2015-0036
Author
CALLEJA Javier F.
HELLMANN Christine
MACARTHUR Alasdair
MENDIGUREN Gorka
PEON Juanjo
PUNALEKAR Suvarna
Alonso L.
Reference
Journal Acta Geophysica
Volume 63
Pages 1499-1515
Year 2015
Times cited None
Institute country Spain
Type of science
  • Radiation
  • Soil-Atmosphere interactions
Field of science
  • Instrument development (includes certification)
  • Research other than geo-science
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