29 April 2010 Comparison of a model of the disturbed soil spectrum to field observations
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The spectral emissivity of soils in the region of thermal emission from 8 - 14 micrometers is a combination of the spectral emission of the mineral and other components in the soil, as well as their physical arrangement and the thermal state of the soil (presence of thermal gradients). In this paper, we will outline the procedure for producing a spectral model of a mixed soil, and show examples of model soils compared to measured soils with the two major soil constituents: quartz and clay. The predictions of this theory are then compared to field measurements made with a LWIR Spectrometer of disturbed and undisturbed soil.
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Paul G. Lucey, Paul G. Lucey, Edwin M. Winter, Edwin M. Winter, Keith Horton, Keith Horton, } "Comparison of a model of the disturbed soil spectrum to field observations", Proc. SPIE 7664, Detection and Sensing of Mines, Explosive Objects, and Obscured Targets XV, 76640H (29 April 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.849933; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.849933
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