Changes in spectral reflectance of selected Antarctic and South American lichens caused by dehydration and artificially-induced absence of secondary compounds

@inproceedings{Bartk2017ChangesIS,
  title={Changes in spectral reflectance of selected Antarctic and South American lichens caused by dehydration and artificially-induced absence of secondary compounds},
  author={Milos Bart{\'a}k and Josef Hajek and Ana Carolina Amarillo and Jana Hazdrov{\'a} and H Carreras},
  year={2017}
}
Recently, spectral characteristics of lichens are in focus because of increasing number of spectral data applications in remote sensing of treeless polar and alpine regions. Therefore, species-specific spectral reflectance indices are measured in lichen species dominating polar ecosystems. Hydration status of the lichen thalli, as well as the presence of intrathalline secondary metabolites which are UV-B absorbing compounds both affects the spectral reflectance curves as well as numeric values… CONTINUE READING

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