• Greenness (excess green): This trait refers to the intensity of green within the vegetation mask identified from the Green Cover. Many indices are able to summarize the greenness, we propose three : vari / excess green and green on red.
  • Greenness (excess green) Heterogeneity: This trait refers to the heterogeneity measured from the Greenness (excess green) calculation. The plot studied is first sliced into ~30cm patches, the trait is processed per slice and we compute a coefficient of variation (standard deviation among slices divided by mean value of the plot).
  • Greenness (green/red): This trait refers to the intensity of green within the vegetation mask identified from the Green Cover. Many indices are able to summarize the greenness, we propose three : vari / excess green and green on red.
  • Greenness (green/red) Heterogeneity: This trait refers to the heterogeneity measured from the Greenness (G/R) calculation. The plot studied is first sliced into ~30cm patches, the trait is processed per slice and we compute a coefficient of variation (standard deviation among slices divided by mean value of the plot).
  • Greenness (vari): This trait refers to the intensity of green within the vegetation mask identified with the Green Cover. Many indices are able to summarize the greenness, we propose three : vari / excess green and green on red.
  • Greenness (vari) Heterogeneity: This trait refers to the heterogeneity measured from the Greenness (VARI) calculation. The plot studied is first sliced into ~30cm patches, the trait is processed per slice and we compute a coefficient of variation (standard deviation among slices divided by mean value of the plot).