Novel algorithms for remote sensing of chlorophyll content in higher plant leaves

Anatoly A Gitelson, Mark N. Merzlyak, Yuri Grits

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Abstract

The general features of reflectance spectra of higher plant leaves are considered with special reference to remote sensing of chlorophyll. Wavelengths with maximum sensitivity to chlorophyll content were found in the wide spectral range from 550 to 630 nm and near 700 nm. The wavelength of the red edge position of the reflectance spectrum correlated very closely with the reflectance at 550 and 700 nm. The ratios of reflectances in the near infra-red range of the spectrum (above 750 nm) to that at 700 nm RNIR/R700 and RNIR/R550 were directly proportional to the leaves' chlorophyll content. Newly introduced algorithms make it possible precise chlorophyll estimation (with an error of less than 5 nmol/cm2) and probably could be applied to a number of plant species. They exhibit more than 6 times wider dynamic range than the widely used Normalized Difference Vegetation Index.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages2355-2357
Number of pages3
StatePublished - Jan 1 1996
EventProceedings of the 1996 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Part 3 (of 4) - Lincoln, NE, USA
Duration: May 28 1996May 31 1996

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OtherProceedings of the 1996 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Part 3 (of 4)
CityLincoln, NE, USA
Period5/28/965/31/96

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Chlorophyll
Remote sensing
reflectance
chlorophyll
remote sensing
wavelength
Wavelength
NDVI
near infrared
Infrared radiation

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Gitelson, A. A., Merzlyak, M. N., & Grits, Y. (1996). Novel algorithms for remote sensing of chlorophyll content in higher plant leaves. 2355-2357. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Part 3 (of 4), Lincoln, NE, USA, .

Novel algorithms for remote sensing of chlorophyll content in higher plant leaves. / Gitelson, Anatoly A; Merzlyak, Mark N.; Grits, Yuri.

1996. 2355-2357 Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Part 3 (of 4), Lincoln, NE, USA, .

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Gitelson, AA, Merzlyak, MN & Grits, Y 1996, 'Novel algorithms for remote sensing of chlorophyll content in higher plant leaves' Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Part 3 (of 4), Lincoln, NE, USA, 5/28/96 - 5/31/96, pp. 2355-2357.
Gitelson AA, Merzlyak MN, Grits Y. Novel algorithms for remote sensing of chlorophyll content in higher plant leaves. 1996. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Part 3 (of 4), Lincoln, NE, USA, .
Gitelson, Anatoly A ; Merzlyak, Mark N. ; Grits, Yuri. / Novel algorithms for remote sensing of chlorophyll content in higher plant leaves. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Part 3 (of 4), Lincoln, NE, USA, .3 p.
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