a project sponsored by the New Hampshire Division of Forests
and Lands, healthy and distressed Hemlock trees are mapped
to arrest the spread of tree infestation.
plants and weeds can be detected and mapped using spectral
The ability to quickly identify and locate non-native plant species and helps
efforts to preserve wetlands.
on Past Earthquakes at Paleoseismic Sites
uses SWIR (1000-2500nm) for mineral classification and mapping of exposed rock
walls to track
movements in the Earth's crust over thousands
Courtesy of Daniel Ragona, Scripps Institute of Oceanography,
Remote Imaging and Mapping of Mineral Flats
AISA-Hawk is used to image mineral flats over SWIR wavelengths
(1000-2500nm) for mineral identificaiton and mapping.
SWIR wavelengths and the Hawk's high spectral resolution (6nm
sampling) are key to expose otherwise undetectable deposits.