Observation of flooding and rice transplanting of paddy rice fields at the site to landscape scales in China using VEGETATION sensor data

@inproceedings{Xiao2002ObservationOF,
  title={Observation of flooding and rice transplanting of paddy rice fields at the site to landscape scales in China using VEGETATION sensor data},
  author={Xiangming Xiao and Steve Boles and Steve Frolking and William Salas and Berrien Moore and Changsheng Li and Ling-yan He and Renwei Zhao},
  year={2002}
}
A unique physical feature of paddy rice fields is that rice is grown on flooded soil. During the period of flooding and rice transplanting, there is a large proportion of surface water in a land surface consisting of water, vegetation and soils. The VEGETATION (VGT) sensor has four spectral bands that are equivalent to spectral bands of Landsat TM, and its mid-infrared spectral band is very sensitive to soil moisture and plant canopy water content. In this study we evaluated a VGT-derived… CONTINUE READING

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