Evaluation of Narrowband and Broadband Vegetation Indices for Determining Optimal Hyperspectral Wavebands for Agricultural Crop Characterization

@inproceedings{Thenkabail2005EvaluationON,
  title={Evaluation of Narrowband and Broadband Vegetation Indices for Determining Optimal Hyperspectral Wavebands for Agricultural Crop Characterization},
  author={Prasad S. Thenkabail and Ronald B. Smith and Eddy de Pauw},
  year={2005}
}
he main goal of the study was to determine optimal waveband centers and widths required to best estimate agricultural crop characteristics. The hyperspectral narrowband data was acquired over 395 to 1020 nanometers using a 1.43-nanometerwide, 430 bands, hand-held spectroradiometer. Broadband data were derived using a Landsat-5 Thematic Mapper image acquired to correspond with field spectroradiometer and ground-truth measurements. Spectral and biophysical data were obtained from 196 sample… CONTINUE READING
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