Mapping dustfall distribution in urban areas using remote sensing and ground spectral data.

@article{Yan2015MappingDD,
  title={Mapping dustfall distribution in urban areas using remote sensing and ground spectral data.},
  author={Xing Yan and Wenzhong Shi and Wenji Zhao and Nana Luo},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2015},
  volume={506-507},
  pages={
          604-12
        }
}
The aim of this study was to utilize remote sensing and ground-based spectral data to assess dustfall distribution in urban areas. The ground-based spectral data denoted that dust has a significant impact on spectral features. Dusty leaves have an obviously lower reflectance than clean leaves in the near-infrared bands (780-1,300 nm). The correlation analysis between dustfall weight and spectral reflectance showed that spectroscopy in the 350-2,500-nm region produced useful dust information and… CONTINUE READING

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