The implementation of information technology solutions in agriculture is required, particularly in the area of sensing and mapping systems to provide critical data for decision support and help different stakeholders (agricultural producers and researchers) to evaluate the status of soil and propose soil management strategies in the context of climate change.
New sensor technologies allow collecting fine-scale information to provide spatial and temporal variability related data on soil, crop and environmental factors. Over the last few decades, visible and near infrared (visNIR) spectroscopy provided a high through put tool to carry out large sample quantities. This enables the efficient assessment of soil property patterns such as C, N, clay content. Furthermore, technology development and information management systems (e.g., geographic information systems, photogrammetry and remote sensing techniques, global positioning systems, sensors and communication devices for real-time soil sensing and monitoring) have been advanced to deal with agricultural soil sustainability and productivity. The purpose of the session is to present the current knowledge on relevant methodologies and techniques concerning soil diagnostics and crop monitoring by using remote sensing techniques at short–medium term.

Convener: Florian Wilken | Co-conveners: Bas van Wesemael, Laura Quijano, Sabine Chabrillat
| Thu, 11 Apr, 14:00–18:00
Room -2.47
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X1

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X1

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Irina Veretelnikova and Viacheslav Vasenev
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Alexandra Petronela Stoleriu and Iuliana Gabriela Breaban
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Giacomo Crucil, Laura Quijano, Ana Navas, and Kristof Van Oost
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Kasper Johansen, Oliver Lopez, Yoann Malbeteau, Bruno Aragon Solorio, and Matthew McCabe
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Asa Gholizadeh, Mohammadmehdi Saberioon, Raphael Viscarra Rossel, Ales Klemen, and Lubos Boruvka
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Sabine Chabrillat, Asa Gholizadeh, Carsten Neumann, Daniel Berger, Robert Milewski, Yaron Ogen, and Eyal Ben-Dor
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Fabio Castaldi, Andreas Hueni, Sabine Chabrillat, Kathrin Ward, Gabriele Buttafuoco, Bart Bomans, Kristin Vreys, Maximilian Brell, and Bas van Wesemael
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Bas van Wesemael, Fabio Castaldi, and Sabine Chabrillat
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Nils Onnen, Goswin Heckrath, and Kristof Van Oost
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Sabine Chabrillat, Frank Waldmann, Michaela Frei, Elke Fries, and Simon Schmidt
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Using High Resolution Satellite Imageries and Dynamics System Model for Delineation of Sustainable Food Agricultural Lands in Bogor Regency, West Java, Indonesia
Widiatmaka Widiatmaka, Wiwin Ambarwulan, Irman Firmansyah, and lestari munajati
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Iuliana-Gabriela Breaban, Ana Ioana Breaban, and Elena Diana Bobric
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Sucharita Pradhan, Anirban Dhar, and Kamlesh Narayan Tiwari
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Zeineb Kassouk, Hayfa Zayani, Bernard Mougenot, Raja Mabrouki, and Zohra Lili Chabaane
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Synergistic use of UAV data imagery and spectroscopic databases for soil mapping
Nikolaos Tziolas, Nikolaos Tsakiridis, Eyal Ben Dor, John Theocharis, Theodora Angelopoulou, and George Zalidis
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Hendrik Verhave, Joris Timmermans, Arjen de Vos, and Peter van Bodegom
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He Zhang, Emilien Aldana-Jague, François Clapuyt, Florian Wilken, and Kristof Van Oost
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Yohana Indrawati, Joon Kim, Andrew Suyker, Jihye Lee, and Kyungdo Lee
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Raffaele Casa, Simone Pascucci, Stefano Pignatti, and Monica Pepe