Assessing broadband vegetation indices and QuickBird data in estimating leaf area index of corn and potato canopies

@inproceedings{Wu2007AssessingBV,
  title={Assessing broadband vegetation indices and QuickBird data in estimating leaf area index of corn and potato canopies},
  author={Jindong Wu and Dong Wang and Marvin E. Bauer},
  year={2007}
}
Leaf area index (LAI) is a key biophysical variable that can be used to derive agronomic information for field management and yield prediction. In the context of applying broadband and high spatial resolution satellite sensor data to agricultural applications at the field scale, an improved method was developed to evaluate commonly used broadband vegetation indices (VIs) for the estimation of LAI with VI–LAI relationships. The evaluation was based on direct measurement of corn and potato… CONTINUE READING
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