[ACG54-P08] Challenging the detection of solar-induced fluorescence from lower resolution field-measured spectrum in Japan
Keywords:Solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence, Remote sensing, Spectral resolution
Both low and high SR spectra have been recorded by MS-700 (Eko limited inc: FWHM = 10 nm) at 10 minutes interval and by QEPro (Ocean Optics, Inc., FWHM = 0.24 nm) at 5 to 15 minutes interval, respectively, since 2019 in both Takayama deciduous broad-leaf forest site in Takayama (TKY), and Mase rice paddy field site in Tsukuba (MSE), Japan. SIF values were calculated by aFLD for low SR, and by 3FLD and SFM for high SR data at 30 min interval during the growing season from April to September. To investigate the influence of SR on SIF value, virtual spectra in same SR as MS700 were also generated from QEPro data by resampling via moving average assumed of Gaussian distribution.
To reduce the inconsistency in the data quality among instruments, our analyses were conducted on the SIF values only in stable sky condition, eliminating those in rapidly crossing cloud quantitatively with outlier, true reflectance (not contaminated by fluorescence) of less than 0.4 and more than 0.8 calculated from QEPro, and/or with captured cloud passing visually by an automatic-capturing digital fisheye camera (ADFC).
In TKY site, the SIF values obtained from low SR by aFLD showed a strong correlationship with the reference SIF obtained from high SR by 3FLD (r 2 = 0.706, slope = 0.269). Although correlation coefficient between aFLD from low SR and SFM from QEP was still low (r 2 = 0.389), the slope of liner equation (= 0.130) was within the same range between 0.120 and 0.130.
This result suggested that we can easily obtain accurate values using a scaling factor although its absolute values of the retrieved SIF are higher than correct values. The analysis on the data in MSE site would be added on presentation day.