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Towards the quantitative and physically-based interpretation of solar-induced vegetation fluorescence retrieved from global imaging

Authors: S. WITTENBERGHE; N. SABATER; M.P. CENDRERO-MATEO; C. TENJO; A. MONCHOLI; L. ALONSO; J. MORENO;

Towards the quantitative and physically-based interpretation of solar-induced vegetation fluorescence retrieved from global imaging

Abstract

Due to emerging high spectral resolution, remote sensing techniques and ongoing developments to retrieve the spectrally resolved vegetation fluorescence spectrum from several scales, the light reactions of photosynthesis are receiving a boost of attention for the monitoring of the Earth's carbon balance. Sensor-retrieved vegetation fluorescence (from leaf, tower, airborne or satellite scale) originating from the excited antenna chlorophyll a molecule has become a new quantitative biophysical vegetation parameter retrievable from space using global imaging techniques. However, to retrieve the actual quantum efficiencies, and hence a true photosynthetic status of the observed vegetation, all signal distortions must be accounted for, and a high-precision true vegetation reflectance must be resolved. ESA's upcoming Fluorescence Explorer aims to deliver such novel products thanks to technological and instrumental advances, and by sophisticated approaches that will enable a deeper understanding of the mechanics of energy transfer underlying the photosynthetic process in plant canopies and ecosystems.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Chlorophyll a Energy transfer Reflectivity Fluorescence chemistry.chemical_compound chemistry medicine Environmental science Satellite Spectral resolution medicine.symptom Scale (map) Vegetation (pathology) Remote sensing

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quantitative remote sensing, Physiology, Botany, Plant Science, photosynthesis monitoring, QK1-989, fluorescence quantum efficiency, flex-sentinel-3 tandem mission

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