Vitis vinifera SPECTRAL RESPONSE TO THE INCREASE OF CO2

@inproceedings{Galvncio2011VitisVS,
  title={Vitis vinifera SPECTRAL RESPONSE TO THE INCREASE OF CO2},
  author={Josicl{\^e}da Domiciano Galv{\'i}ncio and Carine Rosa Naue and Francilene Angelotti and Mariza de Souza Moura},
  year={2011}
}
Hyperspectral remote sensing (HRS) is a useful method to monitor spectral changes in vegetation. HRS contains significant spectral information for detecting plant stress. The specific aims were: (1) to assess the changes in Vitis vinifera plant chlorophyll content due to the leakage of CO 2 into the plant-air environment, and (2) to analyze an vegetation index derived from the first derivative reflectance values for use in detecting Vitis vinifera plant stress due to elevated concentrations of… CONTINUE READING

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