Sebastian Wieneke

Sebastian Wieneke
University of Leipzig · Remote Sensing Center for Earth System Research

PhD

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February 2012 - July 2016
University of Cologne
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Publications (20)
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Vegetation indices (VIs) derived from optical sensors have been used as proxies for monitoring gross primary productivity (GPP). In contrast to satellite-based VIs, whose temporal resolution is typically limited, especially in cloudy areas, in situ derived VIs may have a higher temporal resolution. This fine temporal frequency implies much larger s...
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Spectral Indices derived from Remote Sensing (RS) data are widely used for characterizing Earth System dynamics. The increasing amount of spectral indices led to the creation of spectral indices catalogues, such as the Awesome Spectral Indices (ASI) ecosystem. Google Earth Engine (GEE) is a cloud-based geospatial processing service with an Applicat...
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Sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) is a direct indicator of plant photosynthetic activities and can potentially indicate plant physiological changes caused by water stress. However, the direct effect of water stress on the physiological SIF responses in crops at the field level still needs further research to clearly understand the involved...
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Sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) is one of the most promising remote-sensing signals to assess spatio-temporal variation in photosynthesis. Yet, it has been shown that the positive linear relationship of SIF and photosynthesis, often reported from satellite and proximal remote sensing, is mainly driven by the amount of absorbed photosynth...
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Phosphorus (P) is an essential macronutrient for plant growth and one of the least available nutrients in soil. P limitation is often a major constraint for plant growth globally. Although P addition experiments have been carried out to study the long-term effects on yield, data on P addition effects on seasonal variation in leaf-level photosynthes...
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Surface carbon fluxes associated with terrestrial vegetation play a key role in the global carbon cycle. Remote sensing (RS) and land surface models (LSM) have demonstrated to be valuable tools in assessing the gross primary production (GPP). Yet, the seasonal variability of this flux, and timing of the seasonal cycle remain challenging to observe...
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Despite being an essential macronutrient for plant growth, phosphorus (P) is one of the least available nutrients in soils and P limitation is often a major constraint for plant growth globally. Although P addition experiments have been carried out to study the long-term effects on the yield, data on P addition effects to seasonal variation in leaf...
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This study aimed to understand which vegetation indices (VIs) are an ideal proxy for describing phenology and interannual variability of Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) in short-rotation coppice (SRC) plantations. Canopy structure- and chlorophyll-sensitive VIs derived from Sentinel-2 images were used to estimate the start and end of the growing s...
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The interest of the scientific community on the remote observation of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) has increased in the recent years. In this context, hyperspectral ground measurements play a crucial role in the calibration and validation of future satellite missions. For this reason, the European cooperation in science and technology...
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Imaging and non-imaging spectroscopy employed in the field and from aircraft is frequently used to assess biochemical, structural, and functional plant traits, as well as their dynamics in an environmental matrix. With the increasing availability of high-resolution spectroradiometers, it has become feasible to measure fine spectral features, such a...
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Due to its close link to the photosynthetic process, sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (F) opens new possibilities to study dynamics of photosynthetic light reactions and to quantify CO2 assimilation rates. Although recent studies show that F is linearly related to gross primary production (GPP) on coarse spatial and temporal scales, it is argue...
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Definition of a mandatory metadata set, aligned with current international efforts in the spectroscopy community. The required and optional metadata of a spectral data set was investigated in depth in an OPTIMISE workshop titled “Ecosystem specific metadata definition” in 2017, hosted by the LIST institute in Luxembourg.
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Remote sensing (RS) approaches commonly applied to constrain estimates of gross primary production (GPP) employ greenness-based vegetation indices derived from surface reflectance data. Such approaches cannot capture dynamic changes of photosynthesis rates as caused by environmental stress. Further, applied vegetation indices are often affected by...
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The goal of this study is to characterize the sensible (H) and latent (LE) heat exchange for different land covers in the heterogeneous steppe landscape of the Xilin River catchment, Inner Mongolia, China. Eddy-covariance flux measurements at 50–100 m above ground were conducted in July 2009 using a weight-shift microlight aircraft. Wavelet decompo...

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