EnMap is a hyperspectral Earth observation satellite that is built in Germany. It is planned to start in 2020. In the EnMAP Science Advisory Group (EnSAG), we develop algorithms for using hyperspectral satellite data for forestry applications. The focus is on mapping drought and other plant stress. Further foci are on networking with national and international scientists and to prepare potential users.
H. Buddenbaum, O. Stern, B. Paschmionka, E. Hass, T. Gattung, J. Stoffels, J. Hill & W. Werner (2015): Using VNIR and SWIR Field Imaging Spectroscopy for Drought Stress Monitoring of Beech Seedlings. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36 (18): 4590-4605. DOI
H. Buddenbaum, G. Rock, J. Hill & W. Werner (2015): Measuring Stress Reactions of Beech Seedlings with PRI, Fluorescence, Temperatures and Emissivity from VNIR and Thermal Field Imaging Spectroscopy. European Journal of Remote Sensing, 48: 263-282. DOI
H. Buddenbaum, S. Seeling & J. Hill (2013): Fusion of full waveform LiDAR and imaging spectroscopy remote sensing data for the characterization of forest stands. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 34 (13): 4511-4524. DOI