Regional heavy metal pollution in crops by integrating physiological function variability with spatio-temporal stability using multi-temporal thermal remote sensing

Abstract

Heavy metal stress in crops is characterized by stability in space and time, which differs from other stressors that are typically more transient (e.g., drought, pests/diseases, and mismanagement). The objective of this study is to assess regional heavy metal stress in rice by integrating physiological function variability with spatio-temporal stability… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jag.2016.05.003

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