Using imaging spectroscopy to estimate integrated measures of foliage nutritional quality
1.Integrated measures of foliage nutritional quality that consider the influence of fibre and tannins on the digestibility of nitrogen (N) may provide a more meaningful estimate of forage quality than total foliar N for many herbivorous species. The ability to estimate available nitrogen (AvailN) on a landscape scale could have important applications for herbivore conservation and management. However, AvailN has never been modelled with imaging spectroscopy. 2.We collected hyperspectral remote...[Show more]
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