Imaging Spectroscopy for Soil Mapping and Monitoring

@article{Chabrillat2019ImagingSF,
  title={Imaging Spectroscopy for Soil Mapping and Monitoring},
  author={Sabine Chabrillat and Eyal Ben-Dor and Jerzy Cierniewski and Concepci{\'o}n G{\'o}mez and Thomas Schmid and Bas van Wesemael},
  journal={Surveys in Geophysics},
  year={2019},
  volume={40},
  pages={361-399}
}
There is a renewed awareness of the finite nature of the world’s soil resources, growing concern about soil security and significant uncertainties about the carrying capacity of the planet. Regular assessments of soil conditions from local through to global scales are requested, and there is a clear demand for accurate, up-to-date and spatially referenced soil information by the modelling scientific community, farmers and land users, and policy- and decision-makers. Soil and imaging… CONTINUE READING

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