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Clay contents predicted from hyperspectral vnir/swir imagery, under different atmospheric conditions and spatial resolutions

Abstract : Visible, Near-Infrared and Short Wave Infrared hyperspectral satellite imaging is one of the most promising tools for soil property mapping. The objective of this study was to test the sensitivity of soil property prediction results to atmospheric effects and to degradation in image spatial resolutions, to offer a first analysis of the potential of future hyperspectral satellite sensors for Soil applications (HYPXIM, PRISMA, Shalom, ENMAP and HyspIRI). Our results showed that (i) regression methods have robust performances from images from 5 to 30m and are inaccurate from images at 60 and 90m; (ii) when a correct compensation of the atmosphere effects is done, no differences are detected between the soil property maps retrieved from airborne imagery and the ones from spaceborne imagery; (iii) the spatial aggregation of the images induces a loss of the variance of the soil property prediction from 15 m of spatial resolution and a loss of information on soil spatial structures from 30 m of spatial resolution.
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C Gomez, R. Oltra-Carrio, S. Bacha, Philippe Lagacherie, Xavier Briottet. Clay contents predicted from hyperspectral vnir/swir imagery, under different atmospheric conditions and spatial resolutions. 6th Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing - Evolution in, Jun 2014, Lausanne, Switzerland. pp.4. ⟨hal-02740048⟩

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