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Title: Proceedings of the 12th JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop
Other Titles: EO-1 Hyperion measures canopy drought stress in Amazonia
Retrieval of marine water constituents using atmospherically corrected AVIRIS hyperspectral data
AmeriSat-requirements analysis for a hyperspectral land remote sensor constellation for energy exploration
Assessment of Hyperion for characterizing mangrove communities
Endmember selection for multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis
Using AVIRIS data to map and characterize subaerially and subaqueously erupted basaltic volcanic tephras: the challenge of mapping low-albedo materials
Unsupervised change detection for hyperspectral images
Relative performance of HATCH and three other techniques for atmospheric correction of Hyperion and AVIRIS data
Forest information products from AVIRIS and Hyperion
Applying Tafkaa for atmospheric correction of AVIRIS over coral ecosystems in the Hawai'ian Islands
Monitoring the on-orbit spectral calibration of the New Millenium EO-1 Hyperion imaging spectrometer
Inflight calibration experiment results for AVIRIS on May 6, 2002 at Rogers Dry Lake, California
Using AVIRIS in the NASA BAA project to evaluate the impact of natural acid drainage on Colorado watersheds
Use of EO-1 Hyperion data for inter-sensor: calibration of vegetation indices
Hyperspectral detection of forest fuel attributes as input to Farsite Fire Model in the Front range of Colorado
Mineral mapping with AVIRIS and EO-1 Hyperion
Preliminary results - hyperspectral mapping of coral reef systems using EO-1 Hyperion, Buck Island, U.S. Virgin Islands
Hyperion studies of crop stress in Mexico
Measuring trace gases in plumes from hyperspectral remotely sensed data
Ecosystem impacts of woody encroachment in Texas: a spatial analysis using AVIRIS
Atmospheric correction of spectral imagery: evaluation of the FLAASH algorithm with AVIRIS data
Discrimination and biophysical characterization of Brazilian Cerrado Physiognomies with EO-1 Hyperspectral Hyperion
Analysis of AVIRIS data from LEO-15 using Tafkaa atmospheric correction
Methods for detecting anomalies in AVIRIS imagery
The use of AVIRIS imagery to assess clay mineralogy and debris-flow potential in Cataract Canyon, Utah: a preliminary report
A subpixel target detection technique based on the invariance approach
Volcanic CO2 abundance of Kilauea Plume retrieved by means of AVIRIS data
AVIRIS and archaeology in Southern Arizona
Estimating surface soil moisture in simulated AVIRIS Spectra
Authors: Green, Robert O.
Asner, G. P.
Nepstad, D.
Cardinot, G.
Moutinho, P.
Harris, T.
Ray, D.
Bagheri, S.
Peters, S.
Beck, R.
Ben-Dor, E.
Goldshalager, N.
Braun, O.
Kindel, B.
Goetz, A. F. H.
Bonfil, D.
Agassi, M.
Binyaminy, Y.
Karnieli, A.
Demuro, M.
Chisholm, L.
Dennison, P. E.
Roberts, D. A.
Farrand, W. H.
Frank, M.
Canty, M.
Ferri, M.
Gutmann, E.
Goodenough, D. G.
Chen, H.
Dyk, A.
Han, T.
McDonald, S.
Murdoch, M.
Niemann, K. O.
Pearlman, J.
West, C.
Montes, M. J.
Ustin, S. L.
Pavri, B.
Hauff, P. L.
Coulter, D. W.
Peters, D. C.
Sares, M. A.
Prosh, E. C.
Henderson, F. B. III
Bird, D.
Huete, A.
Miura, T.
Kim, H.-J.
Yoshioka, H.
Jia, G. J.
Burke, I. C.
Hall, S. A.
Kruse, F. A.
Lobell, D. B.
Marion, R.
Michel, R.
Faye, C.
Martin, R. E.
Matthew, M. W.
Adler-Golden, S. M.
Berk, A.
Felde, G.
Gorodetsky, D.
Paswaters, S.
Shippert, M.
Ferreira, L. G.
Sano, E. E.
Gao, B.-C.
Davis, C. O.
Moline, M.
Penn, B. S.
Wolboldt, M. W.
Rudd, L.
Merenyi, E.
Schott, J. R.
Lee, K.
Raqueno, R.
Hoffmann, G.
Healey, G.
Spinetti, C.
Carrere, V.
Buongiorno, M. F.
Pieri, D.
White, D. A.
Whiting, M. L.
Li, L.
Goodman, J. A.
Keywords: JPL Publication
remote sensing
radiometic imaging
Issue Date: Dec-2003
Publisher: Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2003
Citation: 12th JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop, Pasadena, CA, 2004
Series/Report no.: JPL Publication
Abstract: Participants at the 12th Airborne Earth Science Workshop reported science research and applications results with spectral images measured by the NASA Airborne Invisible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS).
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