fAPARcanopy is an important ecophysiological parameter, widely used for Gross Primary Production estimation. The paper presents the effect of diurnal changes in fAPARcanopy on two spectral vegetation indices – NDVI and PRI. Measurements were made on 28th of May, 2012, for 4 measurement plots (fallow, spring barley, winter rye, winter wheat). Measurements of incident, transmitted and reflected photosynthetically active radiation (used for fAPARcanopy calculation) were performed using Delta-T measurements system (Delta-T Devices, Cambridge, UK). Measurements of incident and reflected radiation at 530, 570, 670 and 849 nm were used for NDVI and PRI calculation. They were performed using two SKR1850 sensors (SKYE Instruments Ltd., Llandrindod Wells, UK) mounted in zenith-nadir position on the mobile Spectrosense 2+ device. Presented data showed that NDVI was much better than PRI spectral indicator of diurnal variability of fAPARcanopy of crop plants. Results indicated that the fraction of absorbed photosyntetically active radiation (although its impact was noticeable) was not the only factor affecting diurnal changes in NDVI and PRI values

Uzdzicka, B.; Juszczak, R.; Sakowska, K.; Chojnicki, B.H.; Urbaniak, M.; Olejnik, J. (2013). NDVI and PRI as indicators of diurnal changes in fraction of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation for fallow and selected species of crop plants. ACTA AGROPHYSICA, 20 (4): 705-720. handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10449/23472

NDVI and PRI as indicators of diurnal changes in fraction of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation for fallow and selected species of crop plants

Sakowska, Karolina;
2013-01-01

Abstract

fAPARcanopy is an important ecophysiological parameter, widely used for Gross Primary Production estimation. The paper presents the effect of diurnal changes in fAPARcanopy on two spectral vegetation indices – NDVI and PRI. Measurements were made on 28th of May, 2012, for 4 measurement plots (fallow, spring barley, winter rye, winter wheat). Measurements of incident, transmitted and reflected photosynthetically active radiation (used for fAPARcanopy calculation) were performed using Delta-T measurements system (Delta-T Devices, Cambridge, UK). Measurements of incident and reflected radiation at 530, 570, 670 and 849 nm were used for NDVI and PRI calculation. They were performed using two SKR1850 sensors (SKYE Instruments Ltd., Llandrindod Wells, UK) mounted in zenith-nadir position on the mobile Spectrosense 2+ device. Presented data showed that NDVI was much better than PRI spectral indicator of diurnal variability of fAPARcanopy of crop plants. Results indicated that the fraction of absorbed photosyntetically active radiation (although its impact was noticeable) was not the only factor affecting diurnal changes in NDVI and PRI values
Fraction of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation
Spectral vegetation indices
Normalised Difference Vegetation Index
Photochemical Reflectance Index
Settore BIO/07 - ECOLOGIA
Uzdzicka, B.; Juszczak, R.; Sakowska, K.; Chojnicki, B.H.; Urbaniak, M.; Olejnik, J. (2013). NDVI and PRI as indicators of diurnal changes in fraction of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation for fallow and selected species of crop plants. ACTA AGROPHYSICA, 20 (4): 705-720. handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10449/23472
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