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Spectroscopy: Laboratory Studies, Theories, Methodology and Information


This page has papers and references to spectroscopy, including laboratory studies, theories and interpretations. Below are references and links to full articles. We are working on putting all text, figures and data online.

Laboratory Spectroscopy Papers

Spectroscopy Theory and Methodology

Laboratory Spectroscopy Papers

Imaging Spectroscopy: Earth and Planetary Remote Sensing with the USGS Tetracorder and Expert Systems. Clark et al., 2003 The detailed description of the imaging spectroscopy mapping system we for most maps you see on speclab.

Reflectance Spectroscopy as a Rapid Assessment Tool for the Detection of Amphiboles from the Libby, Montana Region Roger N. Clark, Todd M. Hoefen, Gregg A. Swayze, K. Eric Livo, Greg P. Meeker, Steve J. Sutley, Steve Wilson, Isabelle K. Brownfield, and J. Sam Vance U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-128 , 2003.
    (Note: this link goes to the USGS Publications Server.)

Investigating a physical basis for spectroscopic estimates of leaf nitrogen concentration, Kokaly, R.F., Remote Sensing of Environment Accepted July 12, 2000.

Spectroscopy and Principles of Spectroscopy Clark, R.N. Manual of Remote Sensing, A. Rencz, Editor, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 1999.

Spectroscopic Determination of Leaf Biochemistry Using Band-Depth Analysis of Absorption Features and Stepwise Linear Regression, Kokaly, R.F. and Clark, R.N., Remote Sensing of Environment Vol. 67, pp. 267-287, 1999.

Reflectance Spectra, Clark, R.N., in AGU Reference Shelf 3, Rock Physics and Phase Relations, A Handbook of Physical Constants (T.J Ahrens, Ed.), American Geophysical Union, Washington, pp. 178-188, 1995. (above Spectroscopy and Principles of Spectroscopy is an updated and much expanded version of this paper.)

The U. S. Geological Survey, Digital Spectral Library: Version 1: 0.2 to 3.0 microns, Clark, R.N., G.A. Swayze, A. Gallagher, T.V.V. King, and W.M. Calvin, U.S. Geological Survey, Open File Report 93-592, 1993

Infrared Spectra and Crystal Chemistry of Scapolites: Implications for Martian Mineralogy, Swayze, G.A. and R.N. Clark, J. Geophys. Res. 95, 14481-14495, 1990.

High Spectral Resolution Reflectance Spectroscopy of Minerals: Clark, R.N., T.V.V. King, M. Klejwa, G. Swayze, and N. Vergo, J. Geophys Res. 95, 12653-12680, 1990.

Spectral Characteristics of Serpentines and Chlorites Using High Resolution Reflectance Spectroscopy: King, T.V.V. and R.N. Clark, J. Geophys. Res. 94, 13997-14008, 1989.

Reflectance Spectroscopy (0.2 to 20 microns) As An Analytical Method For The Detection of Organics In Soils, King, T.V.V. and Clark, R.N., Proceedings First International Symposium: Field Screening Methods for Hazardous Waste Site Investigations, EPA, p. 485-488, 1989.

Spectral Properties of Water Ice and Contaminants, in Lucey, P.G., and R.N. Clark, Ices in the Solar System, (J. Klinger et al., eds.), D. Reidel Publishing Company, 155-168, 1985.

Spectral Properties of Ice-Particulate Mixtures and Implications for Remote Sensing I: Intimate Mixtures, Clark, R.N. and P.G. Lucey, J. Geophys. Res., 89, 6341-6348, 1984.

Ice-Soil Mixtures: Visual and Near-Infrared Remote Sensing Techniques, Clark, R.N., Proc. Fourth Int'l. Conf. on Permafrost, National Academy Press, Washington D.C., p.158-162, 1983.

Spectral Properties of Mixtures of Montmorillonite and Dark Carbon Grains: Implications for Remote Sensing Minerals Containing Chemically and Physically Adsorbed Water, Clark, R.N., J. Geophys. Res. 88, 10635-10644, 1983.

The Spectral Reflectance of Water-Mineral Mixtures at Low Temperatures, Clark, R.N., J. Geophys. Res., 86, 3074-3086, 1981.

Water Frost and Ice: The Near-Infrared Spectral Reflectance 0.65-2.5 microns, Clark, R.N., J. Geophys. Res., 86, 3087-3096, 1981.

Spectroscopy Theory and Methodology

Imaging Spectroscopy: Earth and Planetary Remote Sensing with the USGS Tetracorder and Expert Systems. Clark et al., 2003 The detailed description of the imaging spectroscopy mapping system we for most maps you see on speclab.

Effects of spectrometer bandpass, sampling, signal-to-noise ratio on spectral identification using the Tetracorder algorithm, Swayze et al., 2003.

Mapping Minerals, Amorphous Materials, Environmental Materials, Vegetation, Water, Ice and Snow, and Other Materials: The USGS Tricorder Algorithm. Clark, R.N. and Swayze, G.A., Summaries of the Fifth Annual JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop, January 23- 26, R.O. Green, Ed., JPL Publication 95-1, p. 39-40, 1995.

Mapping Minerals with Imaging Spectroscopy, Clark, R.N., G.A. Swayze, and A. Gallagher, U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Mineral Resources Bulletin 2039, pp. 141-150, 1993.

Mapping Vegetation Types with the Multiple Spectral Feature Mapping Algorithm in both Emission and Absorption, Clark, R.N., G.A. Swayze, C. Koch, A. Gallagher, and C. Ager, Summaries of the Third Annual JPL Airborne Geosciences Workshop, Volume 1: AVIRIS Workshop. JPL Publication 92-14, 60-62, 1992.

Mapping with Imaging Spectrometer Data Using the Complete Band Shape Least-Squares Algorithm Simultaneously Fit to Multiple Spectral Features from Multiple Materials, Clark, R.N., G.A. Swayze, A. Gallagher, N. Gorelick, and F. Kruse, Proceedings of the Third Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) Workshop, JPL Publication 91-28, 2-3, 1991.

Material Absorption Band Depth Mapping of Imaging Spectrometer Data Using a Complete Band Shape Least-Squares Fit with Library Reference Spectra, Clark, R.N., A.J. Gallagher, and G.A. Swayze, Proceedings of the Second Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) Workshop. JPL Publication 90-54, 176-186, 1990.

Automatic Continuum Analysis of Reflectance Spectra: Clark, R.N., T.V.V. King, and N.S. Gorelick, Proceedings of the Third Airborne Imaging Spectrometer Data Analysis Workshop, JPL Publication 87-30, 138-142, 1987.

Causes of Spurious Features in Spectral Reflectance Data, Clark, R.N. and T.V.V. King, Proceedings of the Third Airborne Imaging Spectrometer Data Analysis Workshop, JPL Publication 87-30, 132-137, 1987.

Reflectance Spectroscopy: Quantitative Analysis Techniques for Remote Sensing Applications, Clark, R.N. and T.L. Roush, J. Geophys. Res., 89, 6329-6340, 1984.

Frost Grain Size Metamorphism: Implications for Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces, Clark, R.N., F.P. Fanale and A.P. Zent, Icarus, 56, 233-245, 1983.

Implications of Using Broadband Photometery for Compositional Remote Sensing of Icy Objects, Clark, R.N., Icarus, 49, 244-257, 1982.

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