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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Use Of Spectral Reflectance For Sensitive Waveband Determination For Soil Organic Matter

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AUTHOR(S)

Mrs. Chitra. M. Gaikwad, Prof. Dr. S. N. Kakarwal, Mrs. A. N. Ghule, Prof. Dr. R. R. Deshmukh, Dr. D. V. Kurmude

 

KEYWORDS

ASD Field spec4 spectroradiometer, Reflectance, Correlation, ANOVA, Multiple Linear Regression,

 

ABSTRACT

Soil plays an important role in producing healthy crops. The chemical analysis method for recognising the soil contents for good yield is time consuming and complex. An alternative method using VNIR spectral reflectance of soil can make the task easier. In the present study samples of soil were taken from the state of Maharashtra, India. The ASD field spec 4 spectroradiometer is used to record the spectra of soils. Nine different transformations were performed on spectral reflectance for noise removal. The predictions carried out using correlation show that the first derivative of reflectance, logarithm of reflectance and reciprocal of logarithm of reflectance predicts sensitive wavelengths for SOM. The multiple linear regression models reached the coefficient of determination to 0.92. The optimal wavelengths for SOM were found using analysis of variance technique (ANOVA).

 

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TABLE 3. ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE BETWEEN WAVELENGTHS
ANOVA
Source of Variation SS df MS F P-value F crit
Between Groups 0.001 2 0.00057 0.067 0.93 3.46
Within Groups 0.177 21 0.0084

Total 0.178 23


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