Discrimination of Growth and Water Stress in Wheat by Various Vegetation Indices Through Clear and Turbid Atmospheres

@inproceedings{Slater2002DiscriminationOG,
  title={Discrimination of Growth and Water Stress in Wheat by Various Vegetation Indices Through Clear and Turbid Atmospheres},
  author={Philip N. Slater and Paul J. Pinter},
  year={2002}
}
Reflectance data were obtained over a drought-stressed and a well-watered wheat plot with a hand-held radiometer having bands similar to the MSS bands of the Landsat satellites. Data for 48 clear days were interpolated to yield reflectance values for each day of the growing season, trom planting until harvest. With an atmospheric path radiance model and Landsat 2 calibration data, the reflectances were used to simulate I_ands,at digital counts (not quantized) for the four Landsat bands for each… CONTINUE READING
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