Vegetation and soil lines in visible spectral space : a concept and technique for remote estimation of vegetation fraction

@inproceedings{Gitelson2002VegetationAS,
  title={Vegetation and soil lines in visible spectral space : a concept and technique for remote estimation of vegetation fraction},
  author={Anatoly A. Gitelson and Roland Paul Stark and Donald Rundquist and Yoram J. Kaufman and David M. Derry},
  year={2002}
}
The goal of this study is to investigate the information content of re ectance spectra of crops in the visible and near infrared range of the spectrum and develop a technique for remote estimation of vegetation fraction (VF). For four wheat species with VF=100% in a wide range of pigment contents and compositions, a high degree of covariance was found for paired re ectances (R) at 550 nm versus 700 nm 550 versus 700 ) and 500 nm versus 670 nm 500 versus 670 ). Both relationships, deŽ ned as… CONTINUE READING

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