Published June 4, 2019 | Version v1
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  • 1. TESAF University of Padova
  • 2. Norwegian Geotechnical Institute
  • 3. Aarhus Geophysics


This file includes several work sheets with the data used for the article "Peatland Volume Mapping over Resistive Substrates with Airborne Electromagnetic Technology", Silvestri et al. 2019, GRL, DOI; 10.1029/2019GL083025. Field survey performed near Brottum, Norway, on two bogs. Field survey measurements geo-located with DGPS Trimble GeoXH 3.5G: coordinates of the points available in the data set. Peat thickness was retrieved with a peat auger. Peat samples collected at three different depth intervals: between 50 cm and 100 cm; between 250 cm and 300 cm; between 800 cm and 850 cm; all peat samples are 50 cm long but there are five with length shorter than 50 cm (see comments in the table). Laboratory analyses performed to retrieve bulk density and LOI (two replicates for each sample). The file also includes the elevations of the peat bottom calculated running the ANN for 50 times and computing the mean on the inverted SkyTEM data. The leave-one-out statistics results are also included. 


The project CReScenDo (Combining Remote Sensing Technologies for Peatland Detection and Characterization) has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 747809


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CReScenDo – Combining Remote Sensing Technologies for Peatland Detection and Characterization 747809
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