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|Title:||The hyperspectral irradiometer, a new instrument for long-term and unattended field spectroscopy measurements|
|Authors:||MERONI MICHELE; BARDUCCI Alessandro; COGLIATI Sergio; CASTAGNOLI Francesco; ROSSINI Micol; BUSETTO Lorenzo; MIGLIAVACCA MIRCO; CREMONESE Edoardo; GALVANO Marta; COLOMBO Roberto; MORRA DI CELLA Umberto|
|Citation:||REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS vol. 82 no. 043 106 p. 1-9|
|Publisher:||AMER INST PHYSICS|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Reliable time series of vegetation optical properties are needed to improve the modeling of the terrestrial carbon budget with remote sensing data. This paper describes the development of an automatic spectral system able to collect continuous long-term in-field spectral measurements of spectral downwelling and surface reflected irradiance. The paper addresses the development of the system, named hyperspectral irradiometer (HSI), describes its optical design, the acquisition, and processing operations. Measurements gathered on a vegetated surface by the HSI are shown, discussed and compared with experimental outcomes with independent instruments.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Environment and Sustainability|
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