Principles of imaging spectroscopy

Electromagnetic radiation and its interactions with earth surface materials
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Unit Description

This unit provides a brief introduction to the physical background related to imaging spectroscopy. First, the basic laws of electromagnetic radiation are explained. Based on that, processes of radiation transfer as well as radiation – atmosphere – target interaction are characterized. Finally, example spectra of various surface materials are presented and interpreted.

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