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High-frequency digital camera images of tropical pasture over multiple years at two nearby locations.
Lansdown pasture photograph series - nadir-pointing cameras on two separate 2.8m x 2.0m plots.
Series of digital photographs of pasture captured by two digital cameras 2.5 m above the ground in a downward-pointing position. Camera field of view approximately 2.8m x 2.0m at ground level. Images captured at 30 minute intervals from 2011-09-07 to 201... more3-08-10.
Cameras were Pentax Optio WG-1 digital cameras (13.8 megapixels). Images saved in JPG format.
Node 1081 (fenced): Lon. 146.85058, Lat. -19.66143
Node 1080 (unfenced): Lon. 146.85090, Lat. -19.66113
Distance between nodes approx. 50m. less
Agricultural Land Management
Agricultural Spatial Analysis and Modelling
Agriculture, Land and Farm Management not elsewhere classified
Crop and Pasture Biomass and Bioproducts
Global Information Systems
Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
07 Sep 2011
10 Aug 2013
Photographs with very high contrast, very low contrast and non-pasture objects were automatically removed from this series.
Handcock, R. N., Gobbett, D. L., González, L. A., Bishop-Hurley, G. J., and McGavin, S. L.
Data cleaning of digital photograph series automated by D.L. Gobbett.
All authors were employed by CSIRO at the time this work was undertaken.
CSIRO Data Licence
Handcock, Rebecca; Gobbett, David; Bishop-Hurley, Greg; González, Luciano; McGavin, Sharon (2016): High-frequency digital camera images of tropical pasture over multiple years at two nearby locations.. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2016.
The metadata and files (if any) are available to the public.
CLOSED-Application real-time sensor net
The digital photograph pasture series is part of a larger project to assess the potential of multispectral proximal sensors for monitoring tropical pastures.
A pilot project combining multispectral proximal sensors and digital cameras for monitoring tropical pastures
Project to assess potential of multispectral proximal sensors for monitoring tropical pastures by comparison with digital images and on ground estimate.
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