Compositional characterisation of the pinnacles vicarious calibration site

@article{Ong2017CompositionalCO,
  title={Compositional characterisation of the pinnacles vicarious calibration site},
  author={Cindy Ong and Michael Caccetta and Ian C. Lau and Lawrence Ong and Elizabeth M. Middleton},
  journal={2017 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS)},
  year={2017},
  pages={3059-3062}
}
Earth Observation (EO) satellite data are the single most important and richest source of environmental information for Australia. It is expected that future imaging spectroscopy satellites will be important for Australia for accessing critical information for managing natural and non-renewable resources, such as dry plant matter and mineralogy, which are currently difficult to access. Research and development has been undertaken by CSIRO to find an appropriate site to set up a vicarious… CONTINUE READING

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