Combining thermal and visible imagery for estimating canopy temperature and identifying plant stress.

@article{Leinonen2004CombiningTA,
  title={Combining thermal and visible imagery for estimating canopy temperature and identifying plant stress.},
  author={Ilkka Leinonen and Hamlyn G. Jones},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 401},
  pages={1423-31}
}
Thermal imaging is a potential tool for estimating plant temperature, which can be used as an indicator of stomatal closure and water deficit stress. In this study, a new method for processing and analysing thermal images was developed. By using remote sensing software, the information from thermal and visible images was combined, the images were classified to identify leaf area and sunlit and shaded parts of the canopy, and the temperature statistics for specific canopy components were… CONTINUE READING
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