G-LiHT: Goddard’s LiDAR, Hyperspectral & Thermal Imager. G-LiHT is a portable, airborne imaging system that simultaneously maps the composition, structure, and function of terrestrial ecosystems using: LiDAR to provide 3D information about the distribution of foliage and canopy elements; imaging spectroscopy to discern species composition and variations in biophysical variables; and thermal measurements to quantify surface temperatures and detect heat and moisture stress. G-LiHT enables data fusion studies by providing coincident data in time and space, and provides fine-scale (<1 m) observations over large areas that are needed in many ecosystem studies.
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- Andrew Finley, Abhirup Datta, Sudipto Banerjee: R package for Nearest Neighbor Gaussian Process models (2020) arXiv