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- Kullberg, Emily G.; DeJonge, Kendall C.; Chávez, José L.
- Agricultural water management 2017 v.179 pp. 64-73
- normalized difference vegetation index, etc ; Zea mays; canopy; corn; crop coefficient; deficit irrigation; evapotranspiration; irrigation rates; reflectance; remote sensing; soil water; soil water deficit; spectral analysis; temperature; transpiration; water stress; wavelengths; Colorado; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Remotely sensed data such as spectral reflectance and infrared canopy temperature can be used to quantify crop canopy cover and/or crop water stress, often through the use of vegetation indices calculated from the near-infrared and red bands, and stress indices calculated from the thermal wavelengths. Standardized dual crop coefficient methods calculate both a non-stressed transpiration coefficien ...
- USDA-ARS Colorado Maize Water Productivity Dataset 2012-2013
USDA-ARS Colorado Maize Water Productivity Dataset 2008-2011
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- Espeland, Erin K.; Sylvain, Zachary A.
- Biodiversity and conservation 2019 v.28 no.4 pp. 909-920
- vegetation, etc ; conservation practices; data collection; ecology; indigenous species; invasive species; landscapes; monitoring; natural history; statistics; North Dakota; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... Understanding species abundances and distributions, especially at local to landscape scales, is critical for land managers and conservationists to prioritize management decisions and informs the effort and expense that may be required. The metrics of range size and local abundance reflect aspects of the biology and ecology of a given species, and together with its per capita (or per unit area) eff ...
- Data from: Range size, local abundance and effect inform species descriptions at scales relevant for local conservation practice