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This map depicts 25 USNVC vegetation association classes and groups for Shenandoah National Park developed from AVIRIS hyperspectral imagery, ASTER multispectral imagery and topographic modeling (version 2.0b). Overall accuracy of this map is 60.5% as determined from 703 accuracy assessment field plots.
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SPECPRsplib07 This compressed archive includes: Files, in SPECPR format, containing spectral data and associated metadata descriptions: measured spectra (splib07a) spectra interpolated to a higher number of more finely-spaced channels (splib07b) spectra convolved to other spectrometers, for example Analytical Spectral Devices standard resolution (s07_ASD) AVIRIS-Classic 2014 characteristics (s07_AV14) Hyperspectral Mapper (HyMap) 2014 characteristics (s07_HY14) and others spectra resampled to multispectral sensors: ASTER Landsat 8 OLI Sentinel-2 MSI Worldview-3 Folders containing information linked to from the metadata descriptions in the SPECPR files: README: contains a HTML version of the USGS Data...
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GIFplots Files containing GIF images of spectral plots: GIFplots_splib07a.zip contains plots of measured spectra, including plots showing the full wavelength range of the measured spectra, organized in chapter sub-folders as described previously for the ASCII data. plots showing specific portions of the electromagnetic spectrum are organized folders within the “plots_by_wavelength_region” folder, including: range1_uv_to_visible (0.2 - 1.0 microns) range2_visible_to_swir (0.2 - 2.5 microns) range3_swir (1.5 - 5.5 microns) range4_swir_to_mir (2.5 - 25 microns) range5_swir_to_fir_wavenumber (4,000 - 50 cm-1 which spans 2.5 - 200 microns) plots of spectra interpolated to a higher number of more finely-spaced...
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ASCIIdata Files containing spectral data in ASCII text format: measured spectra (ASCIIdata_splib07a.zip), including wavelength positions and bandpass (Full-Width at Half-Maximum; FWHM) values of channels in the spectrometers utilized spectra interpolated to a higher number of more finely-spaced channels (ASCIIdata_splib07b.zip) spectra convolved to other spectrometers, including the wavelength positions and bandpass (FWHM) values of the channels in the spectrometers, for example Analytical Spectral Devices standard resolution (ASCIIdata_splib07b_cvASD.zip) AVIRIS-Classic 2014 characteristics (ASCIIdata_splib07b_cvAVIRISc2014.zip) Hyperspectral Mapper 2014 characteristics (ASCIIdata_splib07b_cvHYMAP2014.zip) and...
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HTMLmetadata Text files in HTML-format containing metadata about samples and spectra. Also included in the zip file are folders containing information linked to from the HTML files, including: README: contains a HTML version of the USGS Data Series publication, linked to this data release, that describes this spectral library (Kokaly and others, 2017). The folder also contains an HTML version of the release notes. photo_images: contains full resolution images of photos of samples and field sites. photo_thumbs: contains low-resolution thumbnail versions of photos of samples and field sites. GENERAL LIBRARY DESCRIPTION This data release provides the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Spectral Library Version 7 and...
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This data release provides the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Spectral Library Version 7 and all related documents. The library contains spectra measured with laboratory, field, and airborne spectrometers. The instruments used cover wavelengths from the ultraviolet to the far infrared (0.2 to 200 microns). Laboratory samples of specific minerals, plants, chemical compounds, and man-made materials were measured. In many cases, samples were purified, so that unique spectral features of a material can be related to its chemical structure. These spectro-chemical links are important for interpreting remotely sensed data collected in the field or from an aircraft or spacecraft. This library also contains physically-constructed...
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Regional, high-resolution mapping of vegetation cover and biomass is central to understanding changes to the terrestrial carbon (C) cycle, especially in the context of C management. The third most extensive vegetation type in the United States is pinyon-juniper (P-J) woodland, yet the spatial patterns of tree cover and aboveground biomass (AGB) of P-J systems are poorly quantified. We developed a synoptic remote-sensing approach to scale up pinyon and juniper projected cover (hereafter "cover") and AGB field observations from plot to regional levels using fractional photosynthetic vegetation (PV) cover derived from airborne imaging spectroscopy and Landsat satellite data. Our results demonstrated strong correlations...
Regional, high-resolution mapping of vegetation cover and biomass is central to understanding changes to the terrestrial carbon (C) cycle, especially in the context of C management. The third most extensive vegetation type in the United States is pinyon?juniper (P?J) woodland, yet the spatial patterns of tree cover and aboveground biomass (AGB) of P?J systems are poorly quantified. We developed a synoptic remote-sensing approach to scale up pinyon and juniper projected cover (hereafter ?cover?) and AGB field observations from plot to regional levels using fractional photosynthetic vegetation (PV) cover derived from airborne imaging spectroscopy and Landsat satellite data. Our results demonstrated strong correlations...


    map background search result map search result map Multiscale analysis of tree cover and aboveground carbon stocks in pinyon-juniper woodlands Shenandoah National Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data Version 2.0b Shenandoah National Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data Version 2.0b Multiscale analysis of tree cover and aboveground carbon stocks in pinyon-juniper woodlands