Water stress assessment of cork oak leaves and maritime pine needles based on LIF spectra

@article{Lavrov2012WaterSA,
  title={Water stress assessment of cork oak leaves and maritime pine needles based on LIF spectra},
  author={Alexander V. Lavrov and Andrei B. Utkin and Jos{\'e} R. Marques da Silva and Rui M. Vilar and N. Santos and B. Alves},
  journal={Optics and Spectroscopy},
  year={2012},
  volume={112},
  pages={271-279}
}
The aim of the present work was to develop a method for the remote assessment of the impact of fire and drought stress on Mediterranean forest species such as the cork oak (Quercus suber) and maritime pine (Pinus pinaster). The proposed method is based on laser induced fluorescence (LIF): chlorophyll fluorescence is remotely excited by frequency-doubled YAG:Nd laser radiation pulses and collected and analyzed using a telescope and a gated high sensitivity spectrometer. The plant health… 

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