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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 2063: FluoSpec 2—An Automated Field Spectroscopy System to Monitor Canopy Solar-Induced Fluorescence

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 2063: FluoSpec 2—An Automated Field Spectroscopy System to Monitor Canopy Solar-Induced Fluorescence

Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18072063

Authors: Xi Yang Hanyu Shi Atticus Stovall Kaiyu Guan Guofang Miao Yongguang Zhang Yao Zhang Xiangming Xiao Youngryel Ryu Jung-Eun Lee

Accurate estimation of terrestrial photosynthesis has broad scientific and societal impacts. Measurements of photosynthesis can be used to assess plant health, quantify crop yield, and determine the largest CO2 flux in the carbon cycle. Long-term and continuous monitoring of vegetation optical properties can provide valuable information about plant physiology. Recent developments of the remote sensing of solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) and vegetation spectroscopy have shown promising results in using this information to quantify plant photosynthetic activities and stresses at the ecosystem scale. However, there are few automated systems that allow for unattended observations over months to years. Here we present FluoSpec 2, an automated system for collecting irradiance and canopy radiance that has been deployed in various ecosystems in the past years. The instrument design, calibration, and tests are recorded in detail. We discuss the future directions of this field spectroscopy system. A network of SIF sensors, FluoNet, is established to measure the diurnal and seasonal variations of SIF in several ecosystems. Automated systems such as FluoSpec 2 can provide unique information on ecosystem functioning and provide important support to the satellite remote sensing of canopy photosynthesis.

Autoren:   Yang, Xi ; Shi, Hanyu ; Stovall, Atticus ; Guan, Kaiyu ; Miao, Guofang ; Zhang, Yongguang ; Zhang, Yao ; Xiao, Xiangming ; Ryu, Youngryel ; Lee, Jung-Eun
Journal:   Sensors
Band:   18
Ausgabe:   7
Jahrgang:   2018
Seiten:   2063
DOI:   10.3390/s18072063
Erscheinungsdatum:   28.06.2018
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