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Campaign overview (
This section lists the campaigns that are available in the SPECCHIO V2 database schema '
specchio' on db.specchio.ch.
|Campaign||Description||No of Spectra|
|ADS40 Gnd Truth Rheinau||Ground truth captured during overflight of the Leica ADS40.||144|
|AgRes Pasture Plots||Sampling of plots at AgResearch, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Plots include different pasture types such as ryegrass, clover and browntop.||240|
|APEX Open Science Dataset Groundtruth||Ground truth spectra of the APEX Open Science Dataset, available from www.apex-esa.org. Data are the mean spectra plus/minus one standard deviation of several square meters on ground, i.e. they specify the target spectral variations.||192|
|EUS_Elatawneh||Spectral signature for the main tree species in the Bavarian forest, in addition to some other non vegetation targets for atmospheric correction purposes for RapidEye images.||208|
|GonioExp06||Goniometer Campaign in collaboration with DLR and TU Munich. First data take with the dual-view FIGOS.||3047|
|Goniometer Snow 2008||A multiangular dataset of snow surfaces acquired by RSL's FIGOS system. Includes incoming and reflected hemispheres.||6669|
|July 1 Fowlmere test SN||772|
|Optical_properties_of_Boreal_tree_species||We measured directional-hemispherical reflectance and transmittance factors of the three most common tree species of European boreal zone: Scots Pine, Norway Spruce and Silver Birch. Our study stands are located in the proximity of Hyytiälä Forestry Field station in the southern boreal forest zone in Finland. Samples were collected from nine stands: three Norway spruce stands, three Scots pine stands and three Silver birch stands, representing different age classes and stand densities.In total, we sampled 30 trees, ten for each species. The field campaign was carried out between the 11 and 28 June 2012. Here we present an average leaf / needle spectra for given tree species and its sampling position. Reliable spectral range is 400 - 2400 nm. More details may be found in Lukeš et al., 2013 (Remote Sensing Letters).||22|
|SLF_RSL_snow09||Joint campaign of SLF (Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research) and RSL (Remote Sensing Laboratories) with the goal of deriving snow properties from remote sensing data. The spectra were taken in the field along with snow properties during an overflight with an ADS40 airborne scanner.||740|
|Tongariro NP Plants||New Zealand native plants of Tongariro National Park.||112|
SPECCHIO V3 Databases
SPECCHIO V3 hosted campaigns are currently not automatically displayed on this web page.
V3 database instances include at this point:
|jdbc/specchio_prod||Productive database: please use for valid data only.||Public||jdbc/specchio_test||Test database: please use for testing purposes.||Public||COST OPTIMISE Database||
OPTIMISE database holding the data of the ABEL and SWAMP training schools and test data for OPTIMISE.|
Training school data encompasses 28354 spectra at this point (3rd Feb 2016).
|Currenlty restricted. Please contact WG1 leader via email@example.com for access details.|