[1804] - Data to Understanding soil and plant interaction by combining ground‐based quantitative electromagnetic induction and airborne hyperspectral data

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von Hebel, C., Matveeva, M., Verweij, E., Rademske, P., Kaufmann, M. S., Brogi, C., Vereecken, H., Rascher, U., van der Kruk, J., 2018. Data to Understanding soil and plant interaction by combining ground‐based quantitative electromagnetic induction and airborne hyperspectral data. CRC/TR32 Database (TR32DB). DOI: 10.5880/TR32DB.31.
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Title(s):Main Title: Data to Understanding soil and plant interaction by combining ground‐based quantitative electromagnetic induction and airborne hyperspectral data
Description(s):Abstract: This data set contains ground-based apparent electrical conductivity (ECa) of eight depth ranges of investigation. These were inverted for a three-layer electrical conductivity model. Five .dat files contain the depth-specific inverted electrical conductivity and respective layer thicknesses. Three dat-files correspond to airborne plant performance data. Additionally, six figures show the linear regressions between soil information (electrical conductivity property) and plant performance and one video shows the quasi-3D EMI inversion results.
Identifier(s):DOI: 10.5880/TR32DB.31
Relation(s):Is Referenced By: DOI: 10.1029/2018GL078658, related data type: Text
Citation Advice:von Hebel, Christian, Matveeva, Maria, et al. (2018): Data to Understanding soil and plant interaction by combining ground‐based quantitative electromagnetic induction and airborne hyperspectral data. DOI:10.5880/TR32DB.31
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Creator(s):Author: Christian von Hebel
Author: Maria Matveeva
Processor: Elizabeth Verweij
Processor: Patrick Rademske
Distributor: Manuela Sarah Kaufmann
Distributor: Cosimo Brogi
Principal Investigator: Harry Vereecken
Principal Investigator: Uwe Rascher
Principal Investigator: Jan van der Kruk
Funding Reference(s):Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG): CRC/TRR 32: Patterns in Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Systems: Monitoring, Modelling and Data Assimilation
European Space Agency: FLEX-EU: ESA FLEX-EU
Publisher:CRC/TR32 Database (TR32DB)
Topic
TR32 Topic:Soil
Related Sub-project(s):B6, D2
Subject(s):CRC/TR32 Keywords: Geophysics, Geophysical Survey, EMI, Multisensor, Electrical Soil, soil Heterogeneity, Vadose Zone, Hyperspectral Sensor, Chlorophyll Fluorescence, Fluorescence, Photosynthesis, NDVI, Crop/s, Observational Data, Inverse Modelling, High Resolution
Topic Category:Environment
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File Name:2018GL078658_Soil-PlantInteraction_Data-Documentation_Information.zip
Data Type:Dataset
Size(s):16 Datasets
File Size:2244 kB (2.191 MB)
Date(s):Created: 2018-07-24
Mime Type:application/zip
Data Format:ASCII
Language:English
Status:Completed
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Download Information:By downloading this dataset you accept adequate reference in case this data will be discussed or used in any publication or presentation. Please use the following citation: von Hebel, Christian, Matveeva, Maria (2018): Data to Understanding soil and plant interaction by combining ground‐based quantitative electromagnetic induction and airborne hyperspectral data. TR32DB. DOI 10.5880/TR32DB.31
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Licence:Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Geographic
North:50.87041
East:6.45373
South:50.86955
West:6.45107
Measurement Region:Ellebach
Measurement Location:Selhausen
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Temporal Extent:2015/06/30 - 2016/04/18
Lineage:The ground-based electromagnetic induction (EMI) measurements were performed using the three-coil CMD-MiniExplorer used with vertical coplanar (VCP) coils and the six-coil CMD-MiniExplorer Special Edition used with horizontal coplanar (HCP) coils. A single frequency GPS delivered spatial coordinates with low accuracy (meter range) but good precision. The processed high resolution georeferenced ECa values of nine coil configurations were regridded using a nearest neighbor interpolation with a spatial resolution of 1x1 m. These ECa maps were calibrated to obtain quantitative EMI data that were used in the inversion. We used inverted vertical electrical sounding data to predict ECa and linear regression with measured ECa obtained calibration factors. These turned the qualitative data into quantitative EMI data for inversion. The HCPs97 data contained few negative data and were not considered. To invert, we used the Maxwell-based full physical electromagnetic induction forward model (Keller & Frischknecht, 1966; Wait, 1951) in the shuffled complex evolution algorithm (Duan et al., 1993). The misfit between modeled and real data was evaluated using the L1-norm without smoothing or damping. The parallelized horizontally layered quasi-3D three-layer inversion scheme (von Hebel et al., 2014) ran on the JURECA supercomputer (Krause & Thörnig, 2016). The airborne HyPlant push-broom spectrometer (Rascher et al. 2015) passively measures sun-induced fluorescence (F) data with 1x1 m spatial resolution. To obtain quantitative maps of F, we used the improved Fraunhofer line depth (iFLD) approach (Wieneke et al., 2016), a modification of the 3FLD approach (Maier et al., 2003) further developed by Damm et al. (2015). After F retrieval a 2D digital (disk) filter that uses 2D convolution was applied to reduce noise. Additionally, we calculated NDVI. Linear regression between depth-specific EMI inversion results and plant data explain the subsurface role and plant performance. Acknowledgements: We acknowledge SFB/TR32 ‘Pattern in Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Systems: Monitoring, Modelling and Data Assimilation’ funded by DFG. We thank ESA funding the airborne fluorescence measurements, Contract 4000107143/12/NL/FF/If-CCN3. We thank TERENO and ACROSS, as well as the Jülich supercomputer center.
1. Instrument:CMD-MiniExplorer [CMD-MiniExplorer]
2. Instrument:Airborne Imaging Spectrometer [HyPlant]
3. Instrument:Lippmann [4pointLight]
Metadata Details
Metadata Creator:Christian von Hebel
Metadata Created:2018-07-25
Metadata Last Updated:2020-09-21
Subproject:B6
Funding Phase:3
Metadata Language:English
Metadata Version:V43
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