In view of the growing world population, global agriculture faces the challenge of providing sufficient food, fibre and energy from limited resources. Spaceborne imaging spectroscopy offers highly relevant data for monitoring of vegetation status and dynamics needed for various applications in agriculture, from global to field scale. Therefore, this slide collection aims to give an overview of agriculture-related hyperspectral satellite data usage. The content leads from a general introduction about (sustainable) agriculture and climate change (01) to satellite imaging spectroscopy for agriculture (02). Then, relevant physiological traits and crop characteristics (03) are introduced, followed by some specific applications (04) and future challenges (05).
Spaceborne Imaging Spectroscopy of Agricultural Systems
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