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Remote Sens., Volume 10, Issue 3 (March 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Remote and proximal hyperspectral sensing are increasingly applied in agricultural research for [...] Read more. Remote and proximal hyperspectral sensing are increasingly applied in agricultural research for diverse applications. Site specific, canopy level, and hyperspectral data were obtained from a tractor-mounted dual field-of-view spectral system installed to detect sudden death syndrome soybean disease prior to visual symptoms being noticed. This system was almost simultaneously acquiring upwelling (radiance) and downwelling (irradiance) measurements to minimize variable atmospheric effects on the preprocessed data. This field-based spectroscopic proximal sensing system obtained data throughout the growing season. Analyses resulted in the ability to spectrally distinguish between inoculated and control plots prior to appearance of visual canopy symptoms. The classification ability was also supported by leaf level data. View this paper