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Analysis of Airborne Optical and Thermal Imagery for Detection of Water Stress Symptoms
High-resolution airborne thermal infrared (TIR) together with sun-induced fluorescence (SIF) and hyperspectral optical images (visible, near- and shortwave infrared; VNIR/SWIR) were jointly acquired over an experimental ...
Review of Top-of-Canopy Sun-Induced Fluorescence (SIF) Studies from Ground, UAV, Airborne to Spaceborne Observations
Remote sensing (RS) of sun-induced fluorescence (SIF) has emerged as a promising indicator of photosynthetic activity and related stress from the leaf to the ecosystem level. The implementation of modern RS technology on ...
Impact of Atmospheric Optical Properties on Net Ecosystem Productivity of Peatland in Poland
Peatlands play an important role in the global carbon cycle due to the high carbon storage in the substrate. Ecosystem production depends, for example, on the solar energy amount that reaches the vegetation, however the ...
Can Vegetation Indices Serve as Proxies for Potential Sun-Induced Fluorescence (SIF)? A Fuzzy Simulation Approach on Airborne Imaging Spectroscopy Data
In this study, we are testing a proxy for red and far-red Sun-induced fluorescence (SIF) using an integrated fuzzy logic modelling approach, termed as SIFfuzzy and SIFfuzzy-APAR. The SIF emitted from the core of the ...