Research on Chromium Retrieval of Black Soil with Hyperspectral Imagery in Northeast of China
Zhang Mingyue;Zhang Qili;Wang Lu;Tian Weixia;Wang Maozhi;Geomathematics Key Laboratory of Sichuan Provence,Chengdu University of Technology;
According to the definition of spectral integral,a new spectral characteristic parameter,with the name Reversed Spectral Absorption Integral(RSAI),is proposed and used to retrieve the chromium content based on the Partial Least Squares Regression(PLSR) model.The contrastive study with other traditional spectral characteristic parameters,including differential transformation,inverse transformation,absorption area,etc.indicates that(1) the first derivation of square root transformed model can predict the chromium content quantitatively in terms of spectral transformations.(2) the stability of the absorption area model is slightly poor,and the chromium content of samples can only be estimated roughly.(3) However,as to the inversed spectral absorption integral model,the adjustment determination coefficient(Ad-R~2) of the modeling and verification is 0.73 and 0.77,while the Root Mean Squared Error(RMSE) is 2.63 mg/kg and 2.36 mg/kg respectively with Relative Percent Deviation(RPD) being 3.21,which shows that the RSAI model has excellent prediction ability.So,the inversed spectral absorption integral new model can improve the accuracy and stability used to retrieve the chromium content,which provides a new idea for monitoring the chromium contamination in soil.