Hyperspectral MIVIS data to investigate the Lilybaeum (Marsala) Archaeological Park

@inproceedings{Merola2005HyperspectralMD,
  title={Hyperspectral MIVIS data to investigate the Lilybaeum (Marsala) Archaeological Park},
  author={P. Merola and A. Allegrini and S. Bajocco},
  booktitle={SPIE Remote Sensing},
  year={2005}
}
In the last 20 years air photograph and remote sensing, both from airplane and satellite, allowed to gain, from the analysis of the superficial land unit characteristics, useful information for the location of buried archaeological structures. For this kind of investigation, hyperspectral MIVIS (Multispectral Infrared and Visible Imaging Spectrometer) data revealed to be very useful, for example, since 1994, for the purpose CNR-LARA research project, many archaeological studies have been… Expand
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