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Geobotanical hyperspectral Remote Sensing State of the Art by William L. Pickles, LLNL DRAFT version 1 6/27/01 3:02 PM An overview of the newly emerging field of hyperspectral geobotanical remote sensing and the collaborative team at LLNL and University of California Santa Cruz developing these techniques can be viewed at Examples of our new state of the art results that include the discovery of hidden faults at Mammoth Mountain can be viewed at The new techniques our team is developing have shown that the previously widely accepted need for intensive fieldwork on the ground is eliminated. These “State of the Art” airborne imaging techniques can survey large areas quickly and at a reasonable cost.

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