Harnessing the power of airborne high spatial resolution hyperspectral imagery for the softwood plantation industry
This project will harness the power of airborne high spatial resolution hyperspectral imagery for the Australian softwood plantation industry. Using state of the art hyperspectral and thermal sensors mounted on a light aircraft the project will develop an operational method to demonstrate the use of hyperspectral and thermal imagery for the monitoring of nutrient status and stress in radiata pine plantations.
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