We published new research on Remote Sensing of Environment, entitled “Combining near-infrared radiance of vegetation and fluorescence spectroscopy to detect effects of abiotic changes and stresses”. In this paper, we found the slope of SIF and NIRv radiance (NIRvR) can indicate the canopy scale fluorescence yield ΦF, which detects abiotic changes effects such as drought and heat stresses. The NIRvR approach does not require PAR and FPAR products as inputs to calculate ΦF.
This paper is led by Yelu Zeng, with contributions from Dalei Hao, Han Qiu, and Min Chen. Full text: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2021.112856