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Question: 600 year old cedar tree - Infragram

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by Randall | March 14, 2018 17:59 | #15955


I have a bunch of photos of a 600 year old cedar tree using the blue Infragram filter. Looking for someone to help me figure out what the photos show. I can upload and share.



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Please do upload at least one or two so we can get a look! Thanks, we're happy to help!

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wow 600 year old tree??? <3!!!

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Any chance anyone had a look at these?

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Near infrared light is the basis of vegetation indices like NDVI because healthy plant foliage reflects most NIR light and visible light is strongly absorbed. Near infrared light doesn't necessarily tell us anything about plant parts other than foliage.

Chris

Hi Chris, Are you telling the pinkish image of the cedar tree are the NIR light reflections which indicates that the tree is healthy one


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