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Title: High-Resolution Worldview-2 dune systems sparse vegetation monitoring, by modeling leaf optical properties and directional reflectance of the vegetation
Authors: Medina Machin, Anabella
Martín Abasolo, Javier 
Marcello Ruiz, Francisco Javier 
Eugenio González, Francisco 
UNESCO Clasification: 250616 Teledetección (Geología)
Keywords: WorldView-2
Issue Date: 2018
Project: "Análisis de Recursos Terrestres y Marinos Mediante El Procesado de Imágenes de Satélites de Alta Resolución". 
Procesado Avanzado de Datos de Teledetección Para la Monitorización y Gestión Sostenible de Recursos Marinos y Terrestres en Ecosistemas Vulnerables. 
Abstract: Vegetation mapping is a priority element for the management of natural protected areas. In this context, very high-resolution satellite remote sensing data can be fundamental to provide accurate vegetation cartography at species level. Specifically, the analysis has been carried out using WorldView-2 (WV-2) imagery, which offers high spatial and spectral resolutions. In this paper, the SVM classification is properly applied to biophysical and structural vegetation indicators retrieved after an analysis of the most sensitive PROSAIL parameters to the WV-2 bands and applying the inversion of the model. The classification with these parameters have evidence robust results to discriminate different species with environmental interest. A field radiometer is used to characterize the different plant species and validate the results.
Source: Young Professionals Conference on Remote Sensing 7-8 June 2018, Eurogress-Aachen, Aachen, Germany Conference Proceedings, p. 18-20
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