vegetation index

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In remote sensing, a technique to show vegetation in an image. An example is the normalized vegetation index, which calculates how far pixels in an image plot from the soil line by dividing the very-near infrared digital number value by the red digital number value of a multispectral data set.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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