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The structure of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes

The structure of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in [Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reflectance.,
  • Remote sensing.

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    Other titlesStructure of red infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes.
    StatementMichael F. Jasinski and Peter S. Eagleson.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-183385.
    ContributionsEagleson, Peter S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18067893M

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The structure of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes Abstract: A physically based linear stochastic geometric canopy-soil reflectance model is presented for characterizing spatial variability of semivegetated landscapers at subpixel and regional by: Get this from a library.

The structure of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes. [Michael F Jasinski; Peter S Eagleson; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The model is used to investigate several possible mechanisms which contribute to the often observed characteristic triangular shape of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes.

Scattergrams of simulated semivegetated scenes are analyzed with respect to the scales of the satellite pixel and subpixel components. The model is used to investigate several possible mechanisms which contribute to the often observed characteristic triangular shape of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes.

Scattergrams of simulated and semivegetated scenes are analyzed with respect to the scales of the satellite pixel and subpixel : Michael F. Jasinski and Peter S. Eagleson. semi vegetated landscapes using a linear, stochastic, canopy-soil reflectance model. A first application of the model was the investigation of the effects of subpixel and regional variability of scenes on the shape and structure of red-infrared scattergrams (See appended report, Jasinski and Eagleson, ).

Additionally, the model was. The correlation between canopy and shadow is identified as a principal mechanism contributing to the frequently observed tasseled cap of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes.

A Sampling Scale Ratio is formulated as a quantitative criterion that identifies when that correlation occurs. REMOTE SENS. ENVIRON. () Characterization of Semivegetated Salt-Affected Soils by Means of Field Remote Sensing Tibor Tdth and Ferenc Csillag Research Institute for Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest Larry L.

Biehl Department of Electrical Engineering, Purdue University Erika Michdli Agricultural University, G6dSll6. The model is used to investigate several possible mechanisms which contribute to the often observed characteristic triangular shape of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes.

Red-Infrared Scattergrams Observed relationships between tree cover, red and infrared DN values were generally consistent with the conceptual model shown in Figure 2.

In September, pixels from stands with less than 15% tree cover had consistently high red and infrared radiances (Fig. 4a). JASINSKI Michael F, EAGLESON Peter S, The structure of red-infrared scattergrams of semivegetated landscapes [J].

IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 27 (4): – Article; Google Scholar. Jasinski, M. and P. Eagleson, "The Structure of Visible-Infrared Scattergrams of Semivegetated Landscapes,°' submitted to IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. February, Jasinski, M.

and P. Eagleson, "Estimation of Subpixel Vegetation Cover Using Red-Infrared Scattergrams." In preparation. The study developed an integrated reflectance model combining radiative transfer and geometric optical properties in order to inverse leaf area index (LAI) of semiarid natural grasslands.

In order to better link remote sensing information with land plants, and facilitate regional and global climate change studies, the model introduced a simple but important geometrical similarity parameter. The acquisition of more ATSR-2 data will allow Jasinski's model to be extended to compare scattergrams derived from forward and nadir looks.

Considering viewing geometry in relation to AVHRR, Gutman () stresses the need for bidirectional surface models. Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure: Infrared and Raman spectra of polyatomic molecules.

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This series is a must have for any spectroscopist. The volumes can be quite pricey but have all the basic information of in this case polyatomic molecules when it comes to infared or raman spectroscopy that you could need.5/5(1). Objective. After completing this section, you should be able to use an infrared spectrum to determine the presence of functional groups, such as alcohols, amines and carbonyl groups, in an unknown compound, given a list of infrared absorption frequencies.

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