Validation and comparison of physical models for soil salinity mapping over Kuwait territory using landsat-OLI and field data

@article{AlAli2018ValidationAC,
  title={Validation and comparison of physical models for soil salinity mapping over Kuwait territory using landsat-OLI and field data},
  author={Z. Al-Ali and Abdou Bannari and A. Abahussain and Ali El-Battay and Nadir A. Hameid and A. W. Abdelhadi},
  journal={IGARSS 2018 - 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium},
  year={2018},
  pages={9367-9370}
}
The aim of this study is a validation and comparison among four different physical models for soil salinity mapping in arid land. The considered models were developed for different geographic regions around the world, i.e. Latino-America (Mexico), Middle-East (Iraq), North-Africa (Morocco) and Asia (China). Moreover, they consider different spectral bands and mathematical functions in their conceptualization (linear, second order, logarithmic and exponential). To achieve these objectives, three… CONTINUE READING

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