Journal article

Monitoring the incidence of Xylella fastidiosa infection in olive orchards using ground-based evaluations, airborne imaging spectroscopy and Sentinel-2 time series through 3-D radiative transfer modelling

A Hornero, R Hernandez-Clemente, PRJ North, PSA Beck, D Boscia, JA Navas-Cortes, PJ Zarco-Tejada

Remote Sensing of Environment | ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC | Published : 2020

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by European Union


Awarded by Science Doctoral Training Centre (Swansea University, UK)


Funding Acknowledgements

Data collection was partially supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme through grant agreements POnTE (635646) and XF-ACTORS (727987). A. Homero was supported by research fellowship DTC GEO 29 "Detection of global photosynthesis and forest health from space" from the Science Doctoral Training Centre (Swansea University, UK). The authors would also like to thank QuantaLab-IAS-CSIC (Spain) for laboratory assistance and the support provided during the airborne campaigns and image processing. B. Landa, C. Camino, M. Montes-Borrego, M. Morelli, M. Saponari and L. Susca are acknowledged for their support during the field campaigns, as well as IPSP-CNR and Dipartimento di Scienze del Suolo (University di Bad, Italy) as host institutions. The views expressed are purely those of the writers and may not in any circumstance be regarded as stating an official position of the European Commission.