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Under natural sunlight illumination, the chlorophyll fluorescence emitted by the vegetation represents less than 3% of the reflected light in the near infrared part of the spectrum. This small amount is difficult to quantify except at certain wavelengths, where the solar spectrum is attenuated (Fraunhofer lines). An instrument measuring the in-filling of(More)
We have studied the time-resolved fluorescence properties of the light-harvesting complexes (Lhc) of photosystem II (Lhcb) in order to obtain information on the mechanism of energy dissipation (non-photochemical quenching) which is correlated to the conversion of violaxanthin to zeaxanthin in excess light conditions. The chlorophyll fluorescence decay of(More)
—This paper presents a field platform for continuous measurement of fluorescence at the canopy level. It consists of a 21-m-high crane equipped for fluorescence measurements. The crane is installed in the middle of the fields dedicated to agricultural research. Thanks to a jib of 24 m and a railway of 100 m distance, fluorescence measurements can be(More)
Under UV-excitation, leaves emit red (RF) and far-red (FRF) fluorescence from chlorophyll and blue-green fluorescence (BGF) from hydroxycinnamic acids. In this study, the aim was to develop a fluorescence signature of wheat leaf ageing after the emergence of the lamina. FRF and BGF were examined in the first three leaves of 2-week-old wheat plants. It was(More)
  • F Daumard, Y Goulas, A Ounis, R Pedros, I Moya
  • 2007
A new instrument for passive remote sensing of sunlight-induced fluorescence took part in a series of airborne measurements during the summer 2005 (SEN2FLEX campaign). It measured for the first time the chlorophyll fluorescence emission over a succession of cultivated fields. The sensor is based on the Fraunhofer line discrimination principle, applied to(More)
—A field platform dedicated to fluorescence measurements (INRA, Avignon, France) was used to monitor the fluores-cence emission of a sorghum field during its growing period. The measurements were performed continuously at the canopy level, from seeding to maturity. A passive instrument based on three spectrometers was used to monitor the evolution of(More)
It has been demonstrated that the spectrum of fluorescence emission is dependent on leaf temperature, thus there is a need for thermal information in order to interpret fluorescence signals. Temperature is also related to transpiration and stomata closure, which affects C02 uptake and fluorescence. Therefore temperature measurements help to confirm the(More)
  • A Fournier, Y Goulas, F Daumard, A Ounis, S Champagne, I Moya
  • 2014
Remote sensing of sun induced fluorescence (SIF) in absorption bands is based on the analysis of the changes in atmospheric absorption features between reflected and incident sunlight. Indeed, chlorophyll fluorescence increase the reflected light in the same amount insight and outside the absorption features, thus reducing the apparent depth of bands.(More)