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11/29/12 04:49 AM
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Depends on what you are doing with the NDVIs, but the formula has a mild normalization of the data when the atmospheric conditions are somewhat similar when comparing two different images of similar times in the region’s phenological cycle. There is some imperfection as we have to go through the atmosphere twice (light down to the ground, and them back up to the sensor), all the while the near infrared light trying to get past the water in the atmosphere (which absorbs NIR light), and other elements in the atmosphere). In general:


-1 to 0 value = no chlorophyll activity in the leaf’s spongy mesophyll (no photosynthesis activity)

0 to 1 values = chlorophyll activity in the leaf’s spongy mesophyll (photosynthesis occurring)

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