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Spatially Explicit Estimation of Clay and Organic Carbon Content in Agricultural Soils Using Multi-Annual Imaging Spectroscopy Data

Heike Gerighausen, Gunter Menz, Hermann Kaufmann
2012 Applied and Environmental Soil Science  
Information on soil clay and organic carbon content on a regional to local scale is vital for a multitude of reasons such as soil conservation, precision agriculture, and possibly also in the context of  ...  prediction of clay and organic carbon content on croplands by means of partial least squares regression (PLSR).  ...  The authors are also grateful to the staff of ZALF central laboratory at the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research Müncheberg for their collaboration concerning soil data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/868090 fatcat:jf3rm2xl3zbxdk57errwom4uqa

Spatial Modelling of Organic Carbon in Burned Mountain Soils Using Hyperspectral Images, Field Datasets, and NIR Spectroscopy (Cantabrian Range; NW Spain)

Susana Fernández, Juanjo Peón, Carmen Recondo, Javier F. Calleja, César Guerrero
2015 Land Degradation and Development  
In order to develop a cartographic technique to map areas with high carbon stocks caused by fire, we test a technique based on calibrated VIS-NIR soil organic carbon models and hyperspectral images.  ...  The predictions were regionalized to the hyperspectral image and the results validated with a new soil population consisting of twelve Valeri plots collected in burned slopes of the study area under heather  ...  We also acknowledge INTA for providing the images and for the geometric and atmospheric correction.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ldr.2452 fatcat:hwbeldhaerfnho3k34dt2r5zmu

Combining Field and Imaging Spectroscopy to Map Soil Organic Carbon in a Semiarid Environment

Anita D. Bayer, Martin Bachmann, Derek Rogge, Andreas Muller, Hermann Kaufmann
2016 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
Index Terms-Imaging spectroscopy (IS), land degradation, linear spectral unmixing, multiple linear regression analysis, soil organic carbon.  ...  Topsoil properties, such as soil carbon content, provide valuable indicators to these processes, and can be mapped using imaging spectroscopy (IS).  ...  Optical remote sensing and in particular imaging spectroscopy (IS) has shown the potential to assess several soil properties, among others soil organic carbon (SOC), over large areas, taking advantage  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2016.2585674 fatcat:vnwl76mor5gipg3qpji6fvgtwm

Hyperspectral Spectroscopic Study of Soil Properties- A Review

Chandan Goswami, Naorem Janaki Singh, Bijoy Krishna Handique
2020 International Journal of Plant & Soil Science  
Some of the soil physical properties viz. sand, silt and clay as well as chemical properties viz. pH and organic carbon could be estimated with good to very good prediction using pure spectra of soil.  ...  Hyperspectral spectroscopy is emerging as a promising tool for studying soil, water and vegetation.  ...  Laboratory, field and airborne spectroscopy for monitoring organic carbon content in agricultural soils. Geoderma. 2008;144:395-404. 18. Udelhoven T, Emmerling C, Jarmer T.  ... 
doi:10.9734/ijpss/2020/v32i730301 fatcat:nljqmqvo7bedfd3jighwbditxa

Estimation of soil organic carbon in agricultural fields: A remote sensing approach

R. Madugundu, Precision Agriculture Research Chair, King Saud University, Riyadh-11451, Saudi Arabia, K.A. Al-Gaadi, E. Tola, M. Edrris, H. Edrees, A. Alameen, R.B. Fulleros, Department of Agricultural Engineering, College of Food and Agriculture Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh-11451, Saudi Arabia, Department of Agricultural Engineering, College of Food and Agriculture Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh-11451, Saudi Arabia, Precision Agriculture Research Chair, King Saud University, Riyadh-11451, Saudi Arabia, Precision Agriculture Research Chair, King Saud University, Riyadh-11451, Saudi Arabia (+2 others)
2022 Journal of environmental biology  
Aim: In view of the importance of Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) in agricultural management, a study was conducted to develop a digital SOC map using remotely sensed spectral indices.  ...  Soil samples were randomly collected from six (50 ha each) agricultural fields and analyzed in the laboratory for SOC (SOCA) following Walkley and Black method.  ...  The unstinted cooperation and support extended by the staff of the Tawdeehiya Farms during the field campaign are gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.22438/jeb/43/1/mrn-1873 fatcat:oa2gzwbflvdu7bhsfdhuhb754a

Visible near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy as a predictive indicator of soil properties

D. Summers, M. Lewis, B. Ostendorf, D. Chittleborough
2011 Ecological Indicators  
The study is a precursor to hyperspectral image mapping of soils in South Australian agricultural environments.  ...  With field and imaging spectrometers becoming increasingly sophisticated, there is potential for substantial improvement in the speed, reliability and resolution of soil analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.05.001 fatcat:e74667syobg37bwut65hts3pa4

Mapping the Spectral Soil Quality Index (SSQI) Using Airborne Imaging Spectroscopy

Tarin Paz-Kagan, Eli Zaady, Christoph Salbach, Andreas Schmidt, Angela Lausch, Steffen Zacharias, Gila Notesco, Eyal Ben-Dor, Arnon Karnieli
2015 Remote Sensing  
The PLS-DA model that was used to develop the SSQI showed high classification accuracy in both sites (from laboratory, field, and imaging spectroscopy).  ...  Airborne imaging spectroscopy (IS) is an advanced tool for studying natural and artificial materials, in general, and soil properties, in particular.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflict of interest. Remote Sens. 2015, 7  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs71115748 fatcat:5d6dxtexvzbcrhtrbpkpdn53ni

Imaging Spectroscopy for Soil Mapping and Monitoring

S. Chabrillat, E. Ben-Dor, J. Cierniewski, C. Gomez, T. Schmid, B. van Wesemael
2019 Surveys in geophysics  
Acknowledgements This paper is an outcome of a Workshop on requirements, capabilities and directions in spaceborne imaging spectroscopy held at the International Space Science Institute (ISSI) in Bern,  ...  The support of ISSI is gratefully acknowledged.  ...  They applied this process for predicting the water contents within an AVIRIS image of a partially irrigated field and a dark organic soil field in the Freiburg test site in Germany from the image pixel  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10712-019-09524-0 fatcat:fqq5nkaxubdxbjyrw5zdndpewq

Prediction of Topsoil Organic Carbon Using Airborne and Satellite Hyperspectral Imagery

Juanjo Peón, Carmen Recondo, Susana Fernández, Javier F. Calleja, Eduardo De Miguel, Laura Carretero
2017 Remote Sensing  
However, very few studies used airborne hyperspectral data to estimate SOC and organic matter over areas partially covered by vegetation, in either agricultural areas [36, 37] or burned areas with a partial  ...  Hyperion data was also used to estimate SOC and organic matter over maize crops [42] , and over forests, pastures, and agricultural fields with inaccurate results [43] .  ...  INTA is gratefully acknowledged for the organization of the flight campaign and the geometric and radiometric correction of the AHS image.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs9121211 fatcat:4geyf7yqongmxe2p3zgz63zmh4

Mapping Complex Patterns of Erosion and Stability in Dry Mediterranean Ecosystems

J Hill
2000 Remote Sensing of Environment  
of spatially differentiated maps of soil organic carbon.  ...  Thus, a continuous and spatially differentiated map of Satellite Mapping of Organic Carbon in Soils soil organic carbon concentrations has been obtained which Each of the preprocessed images has been analyzed  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0034-4257(00)00146-2 fatcat:lsvgpawoinbldnce6y4yy6oike

Employment of GIS techniques to assess the long-term impact of tillage on the soil organic carbon of agricultural fields under hyper-arid conditions

ElKamil Tola, Khalid A. Al-Gaadi, Rangaswamy Madugundu, Abel Chemura
2019 PLoS ONE  
A study on six 50 ha agricultural fields was conducted to investigate the effect of conservation tillage practices on the long-term (1990-2016) changes in the soil organic carbon (SOC) content of the topsoil  ...  Data sets from laboratory determined SOC and the corresponding Landsat images generated vegetation indices, namely, the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and the Bare Soil Index (BSI), were  ...  The unsustained cooperation and support extended by the staff of the Tawdeehia farm during the field campaign are gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0212521 pmid:30779819 pmcid:PMC6380592 fatcat:lsnks2owujaxlmjxhlx5w6npia

Soil carbon estimation from eucalyptus grandis using canopy spectra

Thamsanqa Mzinyane, Jan Van Aardt, Michael T Gebreslasie
2015 South African Journal of Geomatics  
Mapping soil fertility parameters, such as soil carbon (C), is fundamentally important for forest management and research related to forest growth and climate change.  ...  Partial least squares (PLS) selection was used to selected optimal bands for soil carbon assessment and further bootstrapped to select 35 Variable Importance in Projection (VIP) parameters, based on correlation  ...  of KwaZulu-Natal's Soil Science laboratory, and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.4314/sajg.v4i4.12 fatcat:5qfhgsqkgfeo5aupwckp7pskaq

Remote Sensing Techniques for Soil Organic Carbon Estimation: A Review

Theodora Angelopoulou, Nikolaos Tziolas, Athanasios Balafoutis, George Zalidis, Dionysis Bochtis
2019 Remote Sensing  
The aim of this review is to illustrate the research made for soil organic carbon estimation, with the use of RS techniques, reporting the methodology and results of each study.  ...  It also aims to provide a comprehensive introduction in soil spectroscopy for those who are less conversant with the subject. In total, 28 journal articles were selected and further analysed.  ...  To mask green vegetation, different spectral indices were used, while for non-agricultural areas an updated agricultural field block map was used.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11060676 fatcat:3xa32sbxdnd6nb6wmm2n7edx3u

An integrated approach for soil classification: The Kingdom of Bahrain study case

Khalil Al-Joburi, A. Shanableh, M. Maalej, S. Barakat, M. Omar, S. Al-Toubat, R. Al-Ruzouq, K. Hamad
2017 MATEC Web of Conferences  
The objective of this paper is to produce a digital soil map for the Kingdom of Bahrain. The Kingdom does not have such a map at the present time.  ...  LandSat images are classified using supervised image classification; pixel value refers to a specific soil type.  ...  These include mineralogy, texture, soil iron, soil moisture, soil organic carbon, soil salinity, and carbonate content [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201712009001 fatcat:joejhee6vjgkhpg5tnh5ericei

Methods [chapter]

Stanisław Krysiak, Anna Majchrowska, Elżbieta Papińska, Jolanta Adamczyk
2016 The Ecological Role of Abandoned Agricultural Lands in Buffer Zones Around Landscape Parks in the Łódź Voivodeship  
The interdisciplinary character of the research topic required the application of field and desk rese-arch methods used in landscape ecology, pedology, phytosociology and mycology.  ...  The following maps were used for mapping the geocomplexes: 1:10 000 and 1:25 000 scale topographic maps, Detailed Geological Maps of Poland (SMGP) at the scale of 1:50 000, and soil and agricultural maps  ...  Pedological methods Stanisław Krysiak, Anna Majchrowska, Elżbieta Papińska During field works, soil samples for laboratory analyses were taken from excavated soil pits and drillings with manual augers  ... 
doi:10.18778/8088-193-8.03 fatcat:xef4gdjo7fc2dmuahgdnjby6jy
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