Unmixing of soil types and estimation of soil exposure with simulated hyperspectral imagery
Hyperspectral determination of soil types has the potential to become an important addition to the methods used for classification and mapping of soils. In this study laboratory measured spectra of different soils, vegetation and crop residue were combined to simulate hyperspectral remote sensing imagery. The overall aim was to examine the spectral unmixing of these materials under laboratory conditions to better understand the limits to prediction of soil types and determination of cover...[Show more]
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