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Journal Articles International Journal of Remote Sensing Year : 2008

Agrometerological study of semi-arid areas : an experiment for analysing the potential of time series of FORMOSAT-2 images (Tensift-Marrakech plain)

Olivier Hagolle
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Joost Hoedjes
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Gilles Boulet
Gérard Dedieu
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Abstract

Earth Observing Systems designed to provide both high spatial resolution (10m) and high capacity of time revisit (a few days) offer strong opportunities for the management of agricultural water resources. The FORMOSAT-2 satellite is the first and only satellite with the ability to provide daily high-resolution images over a particular area with constant viewing angles. As part of the SudMed project, one of the first time series of FORMOSAT-2 images has been acquired over the semi-arid Tensift-Marrakech plain. Along with these acquisitions, an experimental data set has been collected to monitor land-cover/land-use, soil characteristics, vegetation dynamics and surface fluxes. This paper presents a first analysis of the potential of these data for agrometerological study of semi-arid areas.
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ird-00385110 , version 1 (26-05-2009)

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Benoît Duchemin, Olivier Hagolle, Bernard Mougenot, Iskander Benhadj, R. Hadria, et al.. Agrometerological study of semi-arid areas : an experiment for analysing the potential of time series of FORMOSAT-2 images (Tensift-Marrakech plain). International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2008, 29 (17-18), pp.5291-5300. ⟨10.1080/01431160802036482⟩. ⟨ird-00385110⟩
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