Remote sensing of croplands, crop productivity, and water use efficiency with a focus on smallholder systems in southern Africa
The increasing availability of large geospatial datasets has allowed development of remote monitoring methods for broadacre crops. Ongoing deployment of new satellite missions means researchers have an increasing volume of data from which information on crop production can be derived. However, more accurate mapping of croplands, estimation of crop productivity, and monitoring of production trends are required. Accommodating the dynamic, seasonal nature of farming systems in mapping and...[Show more]
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