Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is introduced, with theoretical and practical issues related to agriculture highlighted. Next, three applications are detailed: (1) crop type mapping, (2) crop phenology tracking, and (3) Estimation of biophysical parameters. Some of the biophysical parameters that can be estimated with SAR are soil moisture and crop height.
Agriculture Applications of Synthetic Aperture Radar
Posted: 1 Apr 2016
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