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Smart Management System to Monitor the Negative Impact of Chemical Substances and the Climate Change on the Environment and the Quality of Agricultural Production

  • Loubna CherratEmail author
  • Maroi Tsouli Fathi
  • Mostafa Ezziyyani
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 911)

Abstract

This paper has a twofold objective: on the one hand it focuses mainly on the study of agricultural substances that lead to the pollution of the environment and have a direct negative impact on agricultural production. Knowing today there are about fifteen controlled substances. Other non-regulated environmental pollutants are the subject of our research for monitoring and quality control. Currently no threshold concentration limit for these unregulated products (in air, or in water) exists or / and adopted. Therefore, our objective is to initiate research to define a list of pollutants to be investigated before launching a harmonized measurement test campaign. Some of these techniques are now widely used in farms. To extend this work and in the most comprehensive approach possible, our research team is working on the development of farm-level practices to integrate different environmental concerns: water quality, air. In order for these changes in practice to be truly appropriate for farmers and therefore have an effect on air and water quality, they must be coherent, practical and agronomic, and economically viable. On the other hand, the aim of this project is to show the impact of climate change on the agricultural sector and on agricultural production, based on data analysis of all parameters that cause climate change in Coordination with the necessary agricultural conditions. This will allow us to set up a climate change prediction system for the determination of the parameters of a risk prediction model and the prediction of periods of drought and flood. Our final ambition for this project is the realization of in-depth scientific and experimental field research by specialists and experts in the field (Applied to the two different regions of EL Jadida and Larache), to set up a system that helps decision-makers and farmers protecting the environment and production and adapting crops according to climatic variations. This system consists of several layers that ensure proper functioning of the process from the collection of data in real time via networks of wireless sensors, geolocation and the transmission of data via radio waves (5th generation) for possible filtering, Cleaning, storage and analysis in order to define an incremental knowledge database that can be used in the decision support system. This system can be used as a reference and generalized at the international level.

Keywords

Environment Agriculture Air Water Pollution Big Data Data analytics Decision support system WSN Knowledgebase GIS 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Loubna Cherrat
    • 1
    Email author
  • Maroi Tsouli Fathi
    • 2
  • Mostafa Ezziyyani
    • 2
  1. 1.University Chouaib DoukkaliEl JadidaMorocco
  2. 2.Université Abdelmalek EssaâdiTangierMorocco

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