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Environmental Remote Sensing and Spectroscopy Laboratory

A laboratory from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) studying fundamental and applied remote sensing.

SpecLab exploits synergies between ground, airborne and satellite spectral observations to monitor ecosystems and provide information that help resolve the gap between different temporal and spatial scales. We aim to generate reliable input data for the formulation of ecosystem models and soil-atmosphere-vegetation models crucial to monitoring and predicting changes in the Earth system.

MAIN RESEARCH AREAS

Our main research field is the remote sensing of vegetation, principally developing and improving proximal and remote sensing based products to estimate key vegetation variables within the context of global change and precision agriculture

Developing

remote sensing products of key vegetation variables

Linking

spectral data from different sensors and scales

Proximal

and remote sensing monitoring of forest and crops

Vicarious

calibration of drones, airborne and satellite image sensors

Monitor

suitability of natural protected areas

Wildfire

risk assessment

Networking

International and National

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