The Vegetation Outlook (VegOut): A New Tool for Providing Outlooks of General Vegetation Conditions Using Data Mining Techniques

@article{Tadesse2007TheVO,
  title={The Vegetation Outlook (VegOut): A New Tool for Providing Outlooks of General Vegetation Conditions Using Data Mining Techniques},
  author={Tsegaye Tadesse and Brian D. Wardlow},
  journal={Seventh IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={667-672}
}
The integration of climate, satellite, ocean, and biophysical data holds considerable potential for enhancing our drought monitoring and prediction capabilities beyond the tools that currently exist. Improvements in meteorological observations and prediction methods, increased accuracy of seasonal forecasts using oceanic indicators, and advancements in satellite-based remote sensing have greatly enhanced our capability to monitor vegetation conditions and develop better drought early warning… CONTINUE READING

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