Remote Sensing of Irrigated Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges

@article{Ozdogan2010RemoteSO,
  title={Remote Sensing of Irrigated Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges},
  author={Mutlu Ozdogan and Yang Yang and George Allez and Chelsea Cervantes},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={2274-2304}
}
Over the last several decades, remote sensing has emerged as an effective tool to monitor irrigated lands over a variety of climatic conditions and locations. The objective of this review, which summarizes the methods and the results of existing remote sensing studies, is to synthesize principle findings and assess the state of the art. We take a taxonomic approach to group studies based on location, scale, inputs, and methods, in an effort to categorize different approaches within a logical… CONTINUE READING
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