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The future of imaging spectroscopy - prospective technologies and applications

The future of imaging spectroscopy - prospective technologies and applications
The future of imaging spectroscopy - prospective technologies and applications
Spectroscopy has existed for more than three centuries now. Nonetheless, significant scientific advances have been achieved. We discuss the history of spectroscopy in relation to emerging technologies and applications. Advanced focal plane arrays, optical design, and intelligent on-board logic are prime prospective technologies. Scalable approaches in pre-processing of imaging spectrometer data will receive additional focus. Finally, we focus on new applications monitoring transitional ecological zones, where human impact and disturbance have highest impact as well as in monitoring changes in our natural resources and environment. We conclude that imaging spectroscopy enables mapping of biophysical and biochemical variables of the Earth’s surface and atmospheric composition with unprecedented accuracy.
0-7803-9510-7
2005-2006
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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Schaepman, Michael, Green, Robert, Ungar, Stephen, Curtiss, Brian, Boardman, Joe, Plaza, Antonio, Gao, Bo-Cai, Ustin, Susan, Kokaly, Raymond, Miller, John, Jacquemoud, Stephane, Ben-Dor, Eyal, Clark, Roger, Davis, Curtiss, Dozier, Jeff, Goodenough, David, Roberts, Dar, Swayze, Gregg, Milton, E.J. and Goetz, Alex (2008) The future of imaging spectroscopy - prospective technologies and applications. In IEEE International Conference on Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2006). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. pp. 2005-2006 . (doi:10.1109/IGARSS.2006.519).

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Spectroscopy has existed for more than three centuries now. Nonetheless, significant scientific advances have been achieved. We discuss the history of spectroscopy in relation to emerging technologies and applications. Advanced focal plane arrays, optical design, and intelligent on-board logic are prime prospective technologies. Scalable approaches in pre-processing of imaging spectrometer data will receive additional focus. Finally, we focus on new applications monitoring transitional ecological zones, where human impact and disturbance have highest impact as well as in monitoring changes in our natural resources and environment. We conclude that imaging spectroscopy enables mapping of biophysical and biochemical variables of the Earth’s surface and atmospheric composition with unprecedented accuracy.

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Published date: August 2008
Venue - Dates: 2006 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium and 27th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, United States, 2006-07-31 - 2006-08-04

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/178075
ISBN: 0-7803-9510-7
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Author: Michael Schaepman
Author: Robert Green
Author: Stephen Ungar
Author: Brian Curtiss
Author: Joe Boardman
Author: Antonio Plaza
Author: Bo-Cai Gao
Author: Susan Ustin
Author: Raymond Kokaly
Author: John Miller
Author: Stephane Jacquemoud
Author: Eyal Ben-Dor
Author: Roger Clark
Author: Curtiss Davis
Author: Jeff Dozier
Author: David Goodenough
Author: Dar Roberts
Author: Gregg Swayze
Author: E.J. Milton
Author: Alex Goetz

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