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Pest Detection in Plants Using Convolutional Neural Network

Savita Sharma
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
This revolution has safeguarded the crops from being affected by distinct factors like climate changes, porosity of the soil, availability of water, etc.  ...  Considering different climatic situations in various regions of the world that impact local weather conditions. These climate changes affect crop yield directly.  ...  This approach is based mostly on weather forecasts, plantations of crops, crop forecasts, and crop costs. For this model, the data set for economic farming is analysed [14, 15] .  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.38890 fatcat:wfy6fasgdnaaxhg25hhuej5zqy

Process for integrating local and indigenous knowledge related to hydro-meteorological hazards with science: Experiences from coastal and small island communities in Southeast Asia

Lisa Hiwasaki, Emmanuel Luna, Syamsidik, Rajib Shaw
2015 APN Science Bulletin  
Years) Recovery following Major Disasters in the Asia-Pacific Region: Lessons for Resilient Development CAF2014-RR05NMY-LASCO 94 Assessing the Linkages between Climate Change Adaptation (CCA), Disaster  ...  Integrating Climate Change Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction and Loss and Damage to Address Emerging Challenges due to Slow Onset Processes CAF2014-RR04NMY-THOMALLA 93 An Analysis of Longer-Term (5-10  ...  We also thank the China Meteorological Data Sharing Service System for providing climate datasets and data derived from each meteorological station. We also thank Prof.  ... 
doi:10.30852/sb.2015.10 fatcat:cgivvxthsfawzdljki4yidarn4

Biological Diversity: Current Status and Conservation Policies [chapter]

Vinod Kumar, Sunil Kumar, Nitin Kamboj, Temin Payum, Pankaj Kumar, Sonika Kumari
2021 Biological Diversity: Current Status and Conservation Policies  
Trade or brand names used in this book is solely for the purpose of providing specific information.  ...  Rosy Njawala from the Department of Natural Resources Management and Agroforestry Centre (NAFRAC), Shinyanga Region.  ...  Their potential efforts made us possible to provide comparative knowledge on faunal species richness in the sanctuary.  ... 
doi:10.26832/aesa-2021-bdcp fatcat:xpw5mkfytfceddh7tpauadkjsu

Rice Disease Detection Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Techniques to Improvise Agro-Business

Shruti Aggarwal, M. Suchithra, N. Chandramouli, Macha Sarada, Amit Verma, D. Vetrithangam, Bhaskar Pant, Biruk Ambachew Adugna, Punit Gupta
2022 Scientific Programming  
Agro-business is highly dependent on rice quality and its protection from diseases.  ...  Experiments are performed for knowledge extraction using Web of Science and Scopus databases to analyze research trends in the domain of rice disease identification using artificial intelligence using  ...  Acknowledgments e authors are thankful to apar University and Chandigarh University for providing characterization support to complete this research work.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/1757888 fatcat:dlgsh6dfjvd3hjxhaqi6dyz5ey

Machine Learning Applications for Precision Agriculture: A Comprehensive Review

Abhinav Sharma, Arpit Jain, Prateek Gupta, Vinay Chowdary
2020 IEEE Access  
This approach can be integrated for enhanced livestock production by predicting fertility patterns, diagnosing eating disorders, cattle behaviour based on ML models using data collected by collar sensors  ...  This article demonstrates how knowledge-based agriculture can improve the sustainable productivity and quality of the product.  ...  ML algorithms are also used for weather and rainfall prediction based on the data obtained from sensors, climatic records, and satellite images.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3048415 fatcat:7r4bjin7ang7bo3j4brv6kdxiu

Biofuels, land grabbing and food security in Africa

Stavros Afionis
2012 Environmental Politics  
The large-scale sugarcane plantations will partly be located on reserved forestland and will result in land use changes, with negative implications for climate change.  ...  The problems ranged from scepticism over climate change data and evidence to uncertainty over the proposal to curb greenhouse gas emissions (in which biofuels feature as an alternative option).  ...  block plantations, although there are arguments that it can be intercropped with other food crops.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09644016.2011.643384 fatcat:3fwn4smxdrhnbdk5i4engz6jri

Biofuels, land grabbing and food security in Africa

Hanson Nyantakyi-Frimpong
2013 African Geographical Review  
The large-scale sugarcane plantations will partly be located on reserved forestland and will result in land use changes, with negative implications for climate change.  ...  The problems ranged from scepticism over climate change data and evidence to uncertainty over the proposal to curb greenhouse gas emissions (in which biofuels feature as an alternative option).  ...  block plantations, although there are arguments that it can be intercropped with other food crops.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19376812.2012.751891 fatcat:vkird7yauraexnyf4mvuuoji3i

Agroforestry rubber networks and farmers groups in Phatthalung area in Southern Thailand: A potential for an innovation platform?

Eric Penot, Marion Theriez, Isabelle Michel, Uraiwan Tongkaemkaew, Benedicte Chambon
2022 Forest and Society  
The aim of this project was to show how smallholder rubber plantations can adapt and remain sustainable in the face of variable climatic conditions and deep changes in socio-economic context.  ...  Among the various types of cropping systems, agroforestry practices were identified as promising.  ...  Agency (ANR), the Hevea Research Platform in Partnership (HRPP), the Thai International Cooperation Agency (TICA), Taksin University and our colleagues there, the Rubber Authority of Thailand (RAOT) staff from  ... 
doi:10.24259/fs.v6i2.12481 doaj:76a0d5c1dfcd4aeb87fe360dec23eb65 fatcat:5ruig5flhzbn3cmfzzsltepzkq

Nutrient Management for Improving Crop, Soil, and Environmental Quality [chapter]

Kaushik Batabyal
2017 Essential Plant Nutrients  
Nitrogen-fixing plants have been of interest in plantation forestry for many years as primary crop species or as nurse/companion crops to other main species in plantation forests or agro-forestry systems  ...  (STCR) data may be the alternative approach.  ...  are getting drier due to climate change and as water resources become scarcer and more expensive.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-58841-4_18 fatcat:w2hea6ngarbcpkc6dh4v3lvmz4

D5.1 Guide on success stories of RS techniques and open source data / applications

Carbonell RIvera Juan Pedro, Trivedi Aswhini, Torralba Perez Jesus, Krupinski Michal, Grommy Ewa
2021 Zenodo  
D5.1 provides a guide including success stories for Remote Sensing techniques and open source data / application for the monitoring and management of marginal lands and forested areas  ...  Methodology • The analysis of land availability was based on spatial agro-climate data and performed in GIS software. • A major assumption would be that food production cannot be affected, else the food  ...  basis for Miscanthus as a leading perennial bioenergy crop for Marginal, Contaminated, and Industrially Damaged Land (MaCL), including innovative Miscanthus hybrids designed for climate change resilience  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6102728 fatcat:5633j5fw3nc7xnm3upxzbowrwq

AgriFusion: An Architecture For IoT And Emerging Technologies Based On A Precision Agriculture Survey

Ritesh Kumar Singh, Rafael Berkvens, Maarten Weyn
2021 IEEE Access  
Data is gathered from the crop area, following that knowledge is extracted and then used by the end-user.  ...  This precise data from the sensors, aerial devices, and IoT solutions are used for predicting climate change, increasing farm productivity with environmental sustainability, monitoring, and having a proactive  ...  Content may change prior to final publication.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3116814 fatcat:vyoxyqmuj5eyrjo3pgyo2qk6zq

Africa's prospects and South Africa's leadership potential in the emerging markets century

Stefan Andreasson
2011 Third World Quarterly  
The series is intended for practical application, and we hope that it will serve to inform public discussion, policy formulation, and development planning. Titles in this series:  ...  However, climate projections under different climate change scenarios can, for example, be used to simulate crop output in a way that incorporates long-run impacts of climate change on countries' potential  ...  example, in light of possible climate change).  ... 
doi:10.1080/01436597.2011.584725 fatcat:agnxkzhfvja2basbxdkzml47ui

Do Increased Energy Costs Offer Opportunities for a New Agriculture?

Frederick Kirschenmann
2009 Monthly review  
We also know that agricultural systems based on the long-term needs, both of people and the environment, need knowledge and attention from more people than those involved in highly mechanized industrial  ...  Global climate change due to the build up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels in a process of diffusion of carbon-entropy. 18 This cogent analysis of entropy in our industrial  ...  They testify to the protest against the mutilation and degradation of reason for the sake of capitalist domination.  ... 
doi:10.14452/mr-061-05-2009-09_5 fatcat:43rob76llffitnx23wxcba3cne

Rising global interest in farmland: can it yield sustainable and equitable benefits?

2011 ChoiceReviews  
The World Bank does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this work.  ...  All rights reserved 1 2 3 4 13 13 12 11 This volume is a product of the staff of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank.  ...  Note: "Suitable" means that at least 60 percent of possible yield can be attained for any of the five rainfed crops considered here (wheat, oil palm, sugarcane, soybean, maize).  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.49-0396 fatcat:ebfwawvodbdlzkq3xqsvupd4sq

Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 3, No. 1. March 2010

Editor JSD
2010 Journal of Sustainable Development  
This paper presents the findings which have arisen from a literature review carried out at the beginning of a three year CONACYT sponsored PhD project, investigating water-related activities in the home  ...  Jailani who helped us a lot during data collection process.  ...  Alexander Gervasius for extending his permission for us to conduct this research.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jsd.v3n1p0 fatcat:ypzb5xoponblvkxf735pzwaymi
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