Classification of Grassland Successional Stages Using Airborne Hyperspectral Imagery

@article{Mckel2014ClassificationOG,
  title={Classification of Grassland Successional Stages Using Airborne Hyperspectral Imagery},
  author={Thomas M{\"o}ckel and Jonas Dalmayne and Honor C. Prentice and Lars Eklundh and Oliver Purschke and Sebastian Schmidtlein and Karin Hall},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={7732-7761}
}
Plant communities differ in their species composition, and, thus, also in their functional trait composition, at different stages in the succession from arable fields to grazed grassland. We examine whether aerial hyperspectral (414–2501 nm) remote sensing can be used to discriminate between grazed vegetation belonging to different grassland successional stages. Vascular plant species were recorded in 104.1 m2 plots on the island of Oland (Sweden) and the functional properties of the plant… CONTINUE READING

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