Index: Normalized Difference 531/570 Photochemical Reflectance Index 531/570

Normalized Difference 531/570 Photochemical Reflectance Index 531/570

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Name Normalized Difference 531/570 Photochemical Reflectance Index 531/570
Abbreviation PRI531/570
Formula ( 531nm - 570nm ) 531nm - 570nm
Variables
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Wavelengths 531,570
Source Original formula
Description

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Bands
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Sensors

Nr. Name Spectral Range Bands Specific Formula Calculated Comment
1 AHS 428.5-13140 80 ( 4 - 5 ) 4 - 5 Automatic
2 AISA 400-2506.7 498 ( 57 - 74 ) 57 - 74 Automatic
3 ARIES-1 400-2587 105 ( 7 - 9 ) 7 - 9 Automatic
4 ASAS 400-1020 62 ( 14 - 17 ) 14 - 17 Automatic
5 AVIRIS 355.15-2515 224 ( 19 - 23 ) 19 - 23 Automatic
6 CASI 550 400-1000 288 ( 63 - 82 ) 63 - 82 Automatic
7 CASI spectral 391-905.5 96 ( 27 - 34 ) 27 - 34 Automatic
8 ChrisProbaM1 406-1003 62 ( A11 - A15 ) A11 - A15 Automatic
9 ChrisProbaM2 406-1036 18 ( W5 - W7 ) W5 - W7 Automatic
10 ChrisProbaM3 438-1035 18 ( L3 - L5 ) L3 - L5 Automatic
11 ChrisProbaM3A 420-910 18 ( L4 - L6 ) L4 - L6 Automatic
12 ChrisProbaM5 438-1036 37 ( H3 - H5 ) H3 - H5 Automatic
13 DAIS-7915 400-12600 79 ( 7 - 10 ) 7 - 10 Automatic
14 EnMap 420-2450 244 ( 18 - 24 ) 18 - 24 Automatic
15 GLI 375-12500 36 ( 21 - 9 ) 21 - 9 Automatic
16 HYDICE 400-2500 210 ( 14 - 17 ) 14 - 17 Automatic
17 HyMap 429-2493.8 126 ( 7 - 10 ) 7 - 10 Automatic
18 Hyperion 349.896-2582.28 242 ( B18 - B22 ) B18 - B22 Automatic
19 MERSI 402-12750 20 ( 2 - 10 ) 2 - 10 Automatic
20 Orbview-4 450-2450 200 ( 9 - 12 ) 9 - 12 Automatic
21 PHI 400-1000.35 244 ( 53 - 69 ) 53 - 69 Automatic
22 WorldView-2 400-1040 9 ( Green - Pan ) Green - Pan Automatic

Applications

Nr. Name Comment
1 Vegetation
2 Vegetation - Chlorophyll

References

Nr. Author/Title Year Comment
1 Aparicio, N.; Villegas, D.; Royo, C.; Casadesus, J.; Araus, J. L. - Effect of sensor view angle on the assessment of agronomic traits by ground level hyper-spectral reflectance measurements in durum wheat under contrasting Mediterranean conditions 2004
2 Gamon, J. A.; Serrano, L.; Surfus, J. S. - The photochemical reflectance index: an optical indicator of photosynthetic radiation use efficiency across species, functional types, and nutrient levels 1997
3 Gamon, J. A.; Surfus, J. S. - Assessing leaf pigment content and activity with a reflectometer 1999
4 Merton, R. N. - Monitoringcommunityhysteresis using spectralshiftanalysis and the red-edgevegetationstressindex 1998
5 Penuelas, Josep; Filella, Iolanda; Gamon, John A. - Assessment of photosynthetic radiation-use efficiency with spectral reflectance 1995
6 Peñuelas, J.; Filella, I. - Visible and near-infrared reflectance techniques for diagnosing plant physiological status 1998
7 Pu, Ruiliang; Gong, Peng; Yu, Qian - Comparative Analysis of EO-1 ALI and Hyperion, and Landsat ETM+ Data for Mapping Forest Crown Closure and Leaf Area Index 2008
8 Royo, C.; Aparicio, N.; Villegas, D.; Casadesus, J.; Monneveux, P.; Araus, J. L. - Usefulness of spectral reflectance indices as durum wheat yield predictors under contrasting Mediterranean conditions 2003
9 Sims, Daniel A.; Gamon, John A. - Relationships between leaf pigment content and spectral reflectance across a wide range of species, leaf structures and developmental stages 2002
10 Thenot, F.; Méthy, M.; Winkel, T. - The Photochemical Reflectance Index (PRI) as a water-stress index 2002

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Visualisation of Sensor-Bands

Index:

Sensors:

AHS

AISA

ARIES-1

ASAS

AVIRIS

CASI 550

CASI spectral

ChrisProbaM1

ChrisProbaM2

ChrisProbaM3

ChrisProbaM3A

ChrisProbaM5

DAIS-7915

EnMap

GLI

HYDICE

HyMap

Hyperion

MERSI

Orbview-4

PHI

WorldView-2

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