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Predicting Surface Roughness and Moisture of Bare Soils Using Multiband Spectral Reflectance Under Field Conditions
S. Chen, K. Zhao, T. Jiang, X. F. Li, X. M. Zheng, X. K. Wan and X. W. Zhao
2018
Source PublicationChinese Geographical Science
Volume28Issue:6Pages:986-997
Other AbstractSoil surface roughness, denoted by the root mean square height (RMSH), and soil moisture (SM) are critical factors that affect the accuracy of quantitative remote sensing research due to their combined influence on spectral reflectance (SR). In regards to this issue, three SM levels and four RMSH levels were artificially designed in this study; a total of 12 plots was used, each plot had a size of 3 m x 3 m. Eight spectral observations were conducted from 14 to 30 October 2017 to investigate the correlation between RMSH, SM, and SR. On this basis, 6 commonly used bands of optical satellite sensors were selected in this study, which are red (675 nm), green (555 nm), blue (485 nm), near infrared (845 nm), shortwave infrared 1 (1600 nm), and shortwave infrared 2 (2200 nm). A negative correlation was found between SR and RMSH, and between SR and SM. The bands with higher coefficient of determination R-2 values were selected for stepwise multiple nonlinear regression analysis. Four characterized bands (i.e., blue, green, near infrared, and shortwave infrared 2) were chosen as the independent variables to estimate SM with R-2 and root mean square error (RMSE) values equal to 0.62 and 2.6%, respectively. Similarly, the four bands (green, red, near infrared, and shortwave infrared 1) were used to estimate RMSH with R-2 and RMSE values equal to 0.48 and 0.69 cm, respectively. These results indicate that the method used is not only suitable for estimating SM but can also be extended to the prediction of RMSH. Finally, the evaluation approach presented in this paper highly restores the real situation of the natural farmland surface on the one hand, and obtains high precision values of SM and RMSH on the other. The method can be further applied to the prediction of farmland SM and RMSH based on satellite and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) optical imagery.
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iga.ac.cn/handle/131322/9229
Collection湿地生态系统管理学科组
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S. Chen, K. Zhao, T. Jiang, X. F. Li, X. M. Zheng, X. K. Wan and X. W. Zhao. Predicting Surface Roughness and Moisture of Bare Soils Using Multiband Spectral Reflectance Under Field Conditions[J]. Chinese Geographical Science,2018,28(6):986-997.
APA S. Chen, K. Zhao, T. Jiang, X. F. Li, X. M. Zheng, X. K. Wan and X. W. Zhao.(2018).Predicting Surface Roughness and Moisture of Bare Soils Using Multiband Spectral Reflectance Under Field Conditions.Chinese Geographical Science,28(6),986-997.
MLA S. Chen, K. Zhao, T. Jiang, X. F. Li, X. M. Zheng, X. K. Wan and X. W. Zhao."Predicting Surface Roughness and Moisture of Bare Soils Using Multiband Spectral Reflectance Under Field Conditions".Chinese Geographical Science 28.6(2018):986-997.
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