Multispectral and Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Instruments and Applications

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Bellingham, WA 2003 Hard Cover Volume 4897; ISSN 0277-786X New in None as issued jacket Hardcover Proceedings BRAND NEW COPY w/hard binding. The Conference itself took pace in ... Hangzhou, China, Oct 2002. The Session headings are: 1, Airborne Sounding & Environmental Sensing Applications (6 papers); 2, Existing Space-Borne Atmospheric Sensing Systems (3 papers); 3, Future Space-Based Sensors Currently Under Development (3 papers); 4, Concepts & Systems for Improving New Remote Sensing Observations (6 papers); 5, Agricultural Parameter Estimation (4 papers); 6, Land Surface Property Determination Using Space-Based Systems (3 papers); 7, Remote Determination of Water Content & Quality (6 papers); 8, Other Multispectral/Hyperspectral Data Usage Applications (2 papers); 9, Data Compression/Processing & Image Classification (4 papers); and 10, Poster Session (15 papers). 424 (+ xvi) pages, with tables, figures (some in color), and Author Index. Read more Show Less

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Table of Contents

Conference Committee
Symposium Committees
Introduction
Hyperspectral satellite remote sounding: expectations based on simulation with high-altitude aircraft measurements 1
Applications of high spectral resolution FTIR observations demonstrated by the radiometrically accurate ground-based AERI and the scanning HIS aircraft instruments
Infrared land surface remote sensing using high spectral resolution observations 24
Design and preliminary performance evaluation of airborne hyperspectral imaging spectograph Air-OPUS 36
Advance in marine technique and application research of airborne hyperspectral remote sensing in China 44
VIS-NIR and TIR sensors for Stratospheric Platform-II 51
Ozone retrieval from high-resolution spectrum data observed by IMG/ADEOS sensor 57
D/H latitudinal distribution in the atmosphere retrieved from IMG spectra 65
Intercomparison of EGA, CGA, and LBL forward model computation schemes for SAGE III water vapor retrieval 72
Japanese Advanced Meteorolical Imager: an advanced GEO imager for Japan, East Asia, and the western Pacific 82
Mission objectives and instrument design concept of EarthCARE FTS 91
Environmental objectives for the Russian American Observational Satellites (RAMOS) 99
Multispectral imaging Fabry-Perot interferometer for tropospheric trace species detection 109
Progress on passive sensor for ultraprecise measurement of carbon dioxide from space 118
Far infrared spectroscopy of the troposphere (FIRST): sensor concept 127
Miniature imaging spectrometer based on acousto-optic tunable filter (AOTF) 138
Space scannable LP-DOAS system 147
Compact computed-tomography imaging spectrometer 151
Relationships between chlorophyll, carotenoid content of rice leaves, and hyperspectral variables 160
Simulated rice leat reflectance and its inversion 171
Estimating wheat biochemical concentration from field reflectance spectra 179
Estimating foliar nitrogen concentration with hyperspectral remote sensing image 187
Current status of the Terra/MODIS data utilization in KMA: derivation of SST 194
Spectral identification tree (SIT) for mineral extraction using AVIRIS data 203
Influences of the illumination and viewing geometry on the vegetation indices 211
Simple instrument for measurement of remote sensing reflectance in coastal environment 219
Dynamic detection on water quality and water areas of Nanishu Lakes with remote sensing 227
Technique of marine hyperspectral remote sensing review 237
Estimation of suspended sediment concentration in rivers utilizing principal components analysis with ETM+ data 246
Multispectral back-scattering spectrometer for total suspended solids measurement 250
Optimum band to predict soil content in water 257
Application of RS, GIS, GPS in the environmental investigation of Minjiang Upriver 265
Landsat-7 in evaluation of oilfield exploitation impacts on the south Evenkiya larch dominant communities 272
Spectral unmixing and image classification supported by spatial knowledge 279
Hyperspectral data compression study: defining the roadmap for data downlink and redistribution 284
Fractal characterization of Ikonos imagery 292
Appraisement of CBERS-1 image quality with image information capacity and power spectrum 302
The red edge parameters as indicators of rice nitrogen levels 311
Large-aperture static imaging spectroscopy (LASIS) 318
Classification methods of the hyperspectral image based on the continuum-removed 325
Temperature environment of cameras on Hangtian-Tsinghua-1 microsatellite 330
Band selection for multispectral system using spectrometer data and airborne PHI data 338
Validation site and estimates of natural conditions obtained from a meteorological mast in Obninsk 343
Relationship between rice LAI, CH.D, and hyperspectral data 352
BP fusion model for the detection of oil spills on the sea by remote sensing 360
Convex geometry analysis method of hyperspectral data 371
Noise estimating and filtering of hyperspectral infrared radiance 376
Application research on the investigation of geological hazards using remote sensing technique in Zhangjiakou territory 388
New data processing method of differential optical absorption spectrum for measuring atmospheric trace gases 394
Fractional vegetation cover estimation based on satellite-sensed land classification 403
Remote sensing applied to the detection of heavy metals in potable water sources 411
Mathematical modeling of atmospheric processes and observations of the Earth's surface from space 417
Author Index 427
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