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TitleSpatial High Resolution Crop Measurements with Airborne Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
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AuthorDeguise, J -C; McGovern, M; McNairn, H; Staenz, K
Source4th International Conference on Precision Agriculture, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 19-22 July; 1998 p. 1603-1608, Open
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Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 20042569
Mediapaper; on-line; digital
File formatpdf
Released1998 01 01
AbstractWith the future launch of high spectral and spatial resolution satellites, we foresee that that it will be possible to use the information from these satellites in a timely fashion for the detection of stress, the prediction of yield and as a diagnostic tool for recurring low productivity areas for numerous crops. Preliminary results indicate a correlation between the vegetation fraction of airborne hyperspectral pixels and ground truth validation measurements. The advantages of the pixel unmixing algorithm for within-field crop properties mapping will be demonstrated.

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