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Título : Spatial modelling of organic carbon in burned mountain soils using hyperspectral images, field datasets, and NIR spectroscopy (Cantabrian Range; NW Spain)
Autor(es) y otros: Fernández Menéndez, Susana del Carmen
Peón García, Juan José
Recondo González, María del Carmen
Fernández Calleja, Javier Jesús
Guerrero, César
Palabras clave: Total organic carbon
Oxidizable organic carbon
Soil organic carbon mapping
VIS-NIR spectroscopy
Hyperspectral remote sensing
Fecha de publicación : jul-2016
Versión del editor: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ldr.2452
Citación : Land Degradation & Developmen, 27(5), p. 1479–1488 (2016); doi:10.1002/ldr.2452
Descripción física: p. 1479-1488
Resumen : Soil organic matter is seriously affected by fires and suffers changes in stock, composition, and distribution. In the North-West side of the Cantabrian Range (northern Spain) fires are very common. In order to develop a cartographic technique to map areas with high carbon stocks caused by fire, we test a technique based on calibrated VIS-NIR soil organic carbon models and hyperspectral images. Total (TOC) and oxidizable carbon (OC) were measured in 89 soil samples. The samples were scanned with VIS-NIR spectrometer (400–2500 nm), and the spectra were resampled to the hyperspectral image channels. Spectroscopic models for TOC and OC were fitted (R2>0.81) using partial least squares regression (PLSR). The predictions were regionalized to the hyperspectral image and the results validated with a new soil population consisting of 12 Valeri plots collected in burned slopes of the study area under heather vegetation. In soil samples, TOC and OC values are highly correlated (R = 0.92), and the coefficients of the PLSR models have a similar pattern, which suggests similar organic components. Nevertheless, there are significant differences in the values of the regression coefficients, much higher in the TOC model except at 560 and 2054 nm that might be interpreted as labile carbon components, and at 1590 nm. At this wavelength the coefficient of TOC is positive and OC is negative, and it could be interpreted as hydrocarbons components present in the TOC model.
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10651/38331
ISSN : 1099-145X
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