15 October 2004 An in-situ campaign of spectral measurements for monitoring the crop stress and planting area in Luancheng of North China Plain
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In an attempt to support the demonstration application of "Spectral Library Of Chinese representative surface substances", an in-situ campaign of spectral measurements was carried out during the summer of 2003 for monitoring the crop stress and planting area in North China Plain. The experiment sites, based on Luancheng Agricultural ecosystem experiment station, Chinese Academy of Sciences, was a 5×5 km area located just south-east of Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China. The spectral instrument used is ASD FieldSpecFR with wavelength of 0.35~2.5μm. The experimental achievement includes: soil moisture, corn physiological & biochemical parameters, corn leaf water & chlorophyll-a,b contents, corn structure parameters, field farmland microclimate, aerological exploration data of atmosphere, corn spectra of component, corn crown & background spectra cross the growth period of crop. The paper details the whole experimental scheme and design and partial representation of results of data analysis.
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Shui-Sen Chen, Shui-Sen Chen, Liang-Fu Chen, Liang-Fu Chen, Qin-Huo Liu, Qin-Huo Liu, Qing Xiao, Qing Xiao, } "An in-situ campaign of spectral measurements for monitoring the crop stress and planting area in Luancheng of North China Plain", Proc. SPIE 5546, Imaging Spectrometry X, (15 October 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.558832; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.558832
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