28 March 2013 by Jordan Tanasse
NDVI & PRI: Measurement Theory, Methods, and Applications
NDVI (the normalized difference vegetation index) is correlated with biomass, canopy structure (eg., LAI), and foliar chlorophyll content. PRI (photochemical reflectance index) is emerging as a useful vegetation index for estimating plant canopy photosynthetic light use efficiency. Combined, NDVI and PRI provide insight into canopy structure and physiological function, key components of plant canopy productivity.
In this virtual seminar, canopy researcher Dr. Steve Garrity gives an overview of how and why to measure NDVI and PRI. He will cover:
View the archived presentation here.
View more information about Decagon's soon to be released NDVI and PRI Spectral Reflectance Sensors here.
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