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The future of imaging spectroscopy - prospective technologies and applications

By Michael Schaepman, Robert Green, Stephen Ungar, Brian Curtiss, Joe Boardman, Antonio Plaza, Bo-Cai Gao, Susan Ustin, Raymond Kokaly, John Miller, Stephane Jacquemoud, Eyal Ben-Dor, Roger Clark, Curtiss Davis, Jeff Dozier, David Goodenough, Dar Roberts, Gregg Swayze, E.J. Milton and Alex Goetz

Abstract

Spectroscopy has existed for more than three centuries now. Nonetheless, significant scientific advances have been achieved. We discuss the history of spectroscopy in relation to emerging technologies and applications. Advanced focal plane arrays, optical design, and intelligent on-board logic are prime prospective technologies. Scalable approaches in pre-processing of imaging spectrometer data will receive additional focus. Finally, we focus on new applications monitoring transitional ecological zones, where human impact and disturbance have highest impact as well as in monitoring changes in our natural resources and environment. We conclude that imaging spectroscopy enables mapping of biophysical and biochemical variables of the Earth’s surface and atmospheric composition with unprecedented accuracy

Topics: GB
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.soton.ac.uk:178075
Provided by: e-Prints Soton
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