Hyperspectral data processing for repeat detection of small infestations of leafy spurge

@inproceedings{Glenna2005HyperspectralDP,
  title={Hyperspectral data processing for repeat detection of small infestations of leafy spurge},
  author={Nancy F. Glenna and Jacob T. Mundta and Keith T. Weberb and Timothy S. Pratherc and Lawrence W. Lassc and Jeffrey Pettingilld},
  year={2005}
}
  • Nancy F. Glenna, Jacob T. Mundta, +3 authors Jeffrey Pettingilld
  • Published 2005
Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) is an invasive plant species in the north central and western U.S. and southern Canada. Idaho has established populations in the north and southeastern regions which are spreading into new sites. This study demonstrates the ability of high resolution hyperspectral imagery to provide high quality data and consistent methods to locate small and low percent canopy cover occurrences of leafy spurge. Locating leafy spurge in its early stages of invasion is critical… CONTINUE READING
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