Airborne hyperspectral data over Wood River, NE from August 23, 2017.View full-size image
The Airborne Hyperspectral Reflectance image mosaic is of the long-term prairie restoration and biodiversity study site led by the Nature Conservancy near Wood River, Nebraska (AEHYPWRNE1M). The approximately 1-meter (m) spatial resolution image was resampled in the 397 to 1004 nanometer (nm) spectral range. This image can be used to detect grassland biodiversity over time to help develop a regional biodiversity monitoring program.
Airborne data for the long-term prairie restoration and biodiversity Wood River site were collected on four separate occasions: August 23, 2017; June 27, 2018; August 24, 2018; October 16, 2018. The images were collected using an AisaKESTREL compact hyperspectral pushbroom sensor.
Provided in the AEHYPWRNE1M product are 178 hyperspectral bands that have been radiometrically, geometrically, and atmospherically corrected.
|File Size||300 MB|
|Temporal Extent||2017-08-23 to 2018-10-16|
|Spatial Extent||Wood River, NE|
|Coordinate System||Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM)|
|Geographic Dimensions||783 m x 782 m|
|Number of Science Dataset (SDS) Layers||1|
|Columns/Rows||783 x 782|
|Pixel Size||1 m|
|SDS Name||Description||Units||Data Type||Fill Value||No Data Value||Valid Range||Scale Factor|
|Band 1-178¹||Canopy reflectance||N/A||32-bit floating point||N/A||N/A||0 to 1||N/A|
The number of science dataset layers is 178. Each of the 178 layers has the same characteristics.
There are no uncertainty calculations associated with these data.
No known issues.