In this paper discrete wavelet transform (DWT) and empirical mode decomposition (EMD) are employed as a preprocessing stage in a multiclassifier and decision fusion system. The proposed method consists of three steps. In the first step, 2D-EMD is performed on each hyperspectral image band in order to obtain useful spatial information. Then, useful spectral information is obtained by applying the 1D-DWT to each signature of 2D-EMD performed bands. A novel feature set is generated using both spectral and spatial information. In the second step, each feature is independently classified by support vector machines (SVM), creating a multiclassifier system. In the last step, classification results are fused using a decision fusion criterion to produce one final classification. The proposed method improves overall classification accuracy over independent classifiers when reduced number of features are employed.