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Remote Sensing

Analyzing Microbial Diversity
Broadband and Narrowband Greenness
Vegetation Indices
Burn Scar Identification with a Field
Calibrating hyperspectral data
Carbon Sequestration
Cellulose in Vegetation and Biomass
Clay Identification and Analysis in Soil
Clay Mineralogy
Discovering Oil and Gas Spills and Leaks
Dolomite Identification
Evaluating Greenhouse Lights with PAR
Field Spectroradiometers for NASA's ABoVE Campaign
Forage Analysis
Forest Canopy Research
Forest Canopy Water Content
Identifying Algal Blooms
Identifying Heavy Metals in Soil with a Field Spectroradiometer
Identifying Invasive Plant Species
Identifying methane in soil
Leaf Water Stress
Lignin Estimation
Marine Ecosystem Research
Measuring Biomass with a Field
Measuring Chlorophyll Fluorescence
Measuring Efficient Use of Light in Vegetation
Measuring Nitrogen Content in Plants
Measuring Nitrogen in Soil
Measuring Phosphorus in Soil
Measuring Phosphorus In Vegetation
Measuring Potassium in Soil
Measuring Potassium in Vegetation
Measuring Soil Organic Matter
Measuring Soil Salinity
Measuring Total Organic Carbon (TOC) in Soil
Measuring Vegetation Health with the Red
Measuring Water Content in Vegetation
Moisture in Soil
No-till Farming
Plant Species Identification
PSR+ Mounted on a UAV
RS-8800 Mounted on a Drone
RT Sphere and Leaf Stress
Seed Mutation
Snow & Ice Measurements
Soil Analysis
Soil Analysis for Precision Agriculture
Soil Mapping
Spectral Remote Sensing
Using Vegetation Indices
Validating AVIRIS-NG
Validating Satellite Imagery and Data
Validating WorldView-3 Data with a Field
Vegetation Analysis
Wheat Analysis


    Radiometric Calibration Transfer

The SR-4500 and SR-4500A are ideally suited for radiometric calibration transfer. They offer an expanded UV/VIS/NIR range, with the following features:

  • 350-2500nm – three TE-cooled photodiode arrays (1 Si/2 Extended InGaAs)​

  • USB and wireless Bluetooth communications

  • 1.2 meter metal clad fiber optic cable with SMA-905 connector

  • Variety of fiber optic lenses including 1, 2, 4, 5, and 8 degree


Alteration Zone Mapping

With an oreXpress, oreXplorer or oreXpert and EZ-ID, the user can identify:


Micas – muscovite-paragonite, biotite, phlogopite

Chlorites – variations in iron-magnesium chlorite


Amphiboles – tremolite, hornblende, actinolite


Sulfates – jarosite, gypsum


Tourmaline – Fe-tourmaline, tourmaline

Clays – illite, illite-smectite, kaolinite, dickite


Carbonates – calcite, dolomite, ankerite, siderite

Soil Mapping

Soil moisture which can affect crop health, erosion, irrigation, etc.

Soil texture – sand and clay can have a huge effect on soil health that affect composition, fertility, drainage and more


Minerals – identify minerals in the soil that affect composition


Organic matter in soil including biomass


Soil salinity- can indicate irrigation and fertilization problems


Degradation and contamination – whether from natural or man- made causes, including petrochemical/hydrocarbon seepage

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