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A Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is a specialized database that represents the relief of a surface between points of known elevation. By interpolating known elevation data from sources such as ground surveys and photogrammetric data capture, a rectangular digital elevation model grid can be created.
Vegetation Indices are combinations of surface reflectance at two or more wavelengths designed to highlight a particular property of vegetation. They are derived using the reflectance properties of vegetation.
Digital soil mapping is a viable alternative to traditional mapping methods due to being fast and cost-effective. It based on the capability of the vegetation features and spectral indices as auxiliary variables in digital soil mapping models.
The establishment and maintenance of a strong crop canopy is a key driver of high yields. The vegetative fraction analysis estimates canopy cover as a percentage of the total plot area by isolating green pixels from high resolution images. The vegetative fraction can be used as a snapshot or analyzed in a series for rate of canopy closure.
Weed management presupposes the careful monitoring and mapping of weed infestation areas. Cut-edge sensor technologies coupled with geographical information systems (GIS) provide the means for reliable decision-making concerning weed management.
Image classification refers to the task of extracting information classes from a multiband raster image. The resulting raster from image classification can be used to create thematic maps.
The retrospective analysis is the method used for obtaining information about the area in the past. This analysis allows you to identify any changes in the qualitative and quantitative aspect in certain time periods, which can be set depending on the survey subjects. The retrospective analysis is used in the study of the current state of territories to assess the dynamics of their development.
Nitrogen has a larger effect on crop growth, yield and quality than any other nutrient. Whilst increasing nitrogen application can boost yields up to a point, using too much nitrogen is financially wasteful as it leads to an increase in problems such as lodging and disease which will ultimately reduce yield. Excessive use of nitrogen can also increase the risk of nutrients leaching from the soil.
Crop yield estimation is of great importance to food security. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), as an effective crop monitoring tool, is extensively used in crop yield estimation.
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