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- Shanahan, John F.; Schepers, James S.; Francis, Dennis D.; Varvel, Gary E.; Wilhelm, Wallace W.; Tringe, James M.; Schlemmer, Mike R.; Major, David J.
- Agronomy journal 2001 v.93 no.3 pp. 583
- image analysis, etc ; Zea mays; crop yield; estimation; remote sensing; precision agriculture; spatial distribution; canopy; nitrogen; aerial photography; geographic information systems; reflectance; seed productivity; application rate; hybrids; grain yield; Nebraska; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Remote sensing—the process of acquiring information about objects from remote platforms such as ground-based booms, aircraft, or satellites—is a potentially important source of data for site-specific crop management, providing both spatial and temporal information. Our objective was to use remotely sensed imagery to compare different vegetation indices as a means of assessing canopy variation and ...