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Record number 535946
Title A dataset of spectral and biophysical measurements over Russian wheat fields
Author(s) Wit, A.J.W. de; Roerink, G.J.; Virchenko, Oleg; Kleschenko, Alexander; Bartalev, Sergey; Savin, Igor; Plotnikov, Dmitry; Defourny, Pierre; Andrimont, Raphael d'
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/CG0UQB
Department(s) Alterra - Earth informatics
PE&RC
Publication type Dataset
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) wheat - Russia - remote sensing - experimental data
Toponym Odoyev and Plavsk, Tula region, Russia
Abstract From 2011 to 2013 the MOCCCASIN project (MOnitoring Crops in Continental Climates through Asimillation of Satellite INformation) was carried out financed by the European Commission 7th Framework Programme. During the project, two field campaigns (2011 and 2012) were carried out at two sites (Odoyev and Plavsk) in the Tula region of Russia. During these two campaigns, observations were made at selected winter-wheat fields consisting of phenological stage, biomass samples, hemispherical photographs, spectral properties of the canopy and the soil as well as ancillary information about the field. Meteorological observations from synoptic and agrometeorological stations were collected from the stations in and surrounding the Tula region. Finally, a large trajectory throughout the whole Tula region was surveyed in order to collect fields with different crop types.
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