Remote Sensing 2014, 6(2), 1760-1761; doi:10.3390/rs6021760

Correction
Correction: Van Beek, J. et al. Stem Water Potential Monitoring in Pear Orchards through WorldView-2 Multispectral Imagery. Remote Sens. 2013, 5, 6647–6666
Jonathan Van Beek 1,*, Laurent Tits 1, Ben Somers 2, Pieter Janssens 3, Wendy Odeurs 3, Hilde Vandendriessche 3,4, Tom Deckers 5 and Pol Coppin 1
1
KU Leuven, Department of Biosystems, M3-BIORES, Willem de Croylaan 34, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium; E-Mails: laurent.tits@biw.kuleuven.be (L.T.); pol.coppin@biw.kuleuven.be (P.C.)
2
KU Leuven, Division Forest, Nature and Landscape, Celestijnenlaan 200E, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium; E-Mail: ben.somers@ees.kuleuven.be
3
Soil Service of Belgium, Willem de Croylaan 48, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium;E-mails: pjanssens@bdb.be (P.J.);wodeurs@bdb.be (W.O.);hvandendriessche@bdb.be (H.V.)
4
KU Leuven, Division of Crop Biotechnics, Willem de Croylaan 48, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium
5
Pcfruit research station, Fruittuinweg 1, Sint-Truiden BE-3800, Belgium; E-Mail:tom.deckers@pcfruit.be
*
Author to whom correspondence should be addressed; E-Mail: jonathan.vanbeek@biw.kuleuven.be; Tel.: +32-1632-8146; Fax: +32-1632-2966.
Received: 14 February 2014 / Accepted: 20 February 2014 / Published: 24 February 2014

The suitability of high resolution satellite imagery to provide the water status in orchard crops, i.e. stem water potential (Ψstem) was evaluated in [1]. However, the contribution of a number of collaborators was not properly acknowledged. Pieter Janssens, Wendy Odeurs, Hilde Vandendriessche and Tom Deckers all provided a substantial contribution to the conception and the design of the work. They furthermore had a leading role in the acquisition, processing, analysis, and interpretation of the reference evapotranspiration (ETo) and Ψstem data. The article [1] would not have been possible without their valuable input, and the authors would like to correct the authors list as follows:

Jonathan Van Beek1,*, Laurent Tits1, Ben Somers2, Pieter Janssens3, Wendy Odeurs3, Hilde Vandendriessche3,4, Tom Deckers5 and Pol Coppin1

1 KU Leuven, Department of Biosystems, M3-BIORES, Willem de Croylaan 34, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium; E-Mails: laurent.tits@biw.kuleuven.be (L.T.); pol.coppin@biw.kuleuven.be (P.C.)

2 KU Leuven, Division Forest, Nature and Landscape, Celestijnenlaan 200E, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium; E-Mail: ben.somers@ees.kuleuven.be

3 Soil Service of Belgium, Willem de Croylaan 48, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium;E-mails: pjanssens@bdb.be (P.J.);wodeurs@bdb.be (W.O.);hvandendriessche@bdb.be (H.V.)

4 KU Leuven, Division of Crop Biotechnics, Willem de Croylaan 48, Leuven BE-3001, Belgium

5 Pcfruit research station, Fruittuinweg 1, Sint-Truiden BE-3800, Belgium; E-Mail: tom.deckers@pcfruit.be

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed; E-Mail: jonathan.vanbeek@biw.kuleuven.be; Tel.: +32-1632-8146; Fax: +32-1632-2966.

References

  1. Van Beek, J.; Tits, L.; Somers, B.; Coppin, P. Stem Water Potential Monitoring in Pear Orchards through WorldView-2 Multispectral Imagery. Remote Sens. 2013, 5, 6647–6666.
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