Land cover classification and economic assessment of citrus groves using remote sensing
The citrus industry has the second largest impact on Florida's economy, following tourism. Estimation of citrus area coverage and annual forecasts of Florida's citrus production are currently dependent on labor-intensive interpretation of aerial photographs. Remotely sensed data from satellites has been widely applied in agricultural yield estimation and cropland management. Satellite data can potentially be obtained throughout the year, making it especially suitable for the detection of land cover change in agriculture and ...
Jennifer Gebelein. "Land cover classification and economic assessment of citrus groves using remote sensing" ISPRS journal of photogrammetry and remote sensing 61.5 (2007): 341-353.
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