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Extraction of Remote Sensing Information Ofbanana Under Support of 3S Technology Inguangxi Province

  • Xin Yang
  • Han Sun
  • Zongkun Tan
  • Meihua Ding
Conference paper
Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT, volume 293)

Abstract

This paper presents an automatic approach to planting areas extraction for mixed vegetation and hilly region, more cloud using moderate spatial resolution and high temporal resolution MODIS data around Guangxi province, south of China. According to banana growth lasting more 9 to 11 months, and the areas are reduced during crush season, the Maximum likelihood was used to extract the information of banana planting and their spatial distribution through the calculation of multiple-phase MODIS-NDVI in Guangxi and stylebook training regions of banana of being selected by GPS. Compared with the large and little regions of banana planting in monitoring image and the investigation of on the spot with GPS, the resolute shows that the banana planting information in remote sensing image are true. In this research, multiple-phase MODIS data were received during banana main growing season and preprocessed; NDVI temporal profiles of banana were generated;models for planting areas extraction were developed based on the analysis of temporal NDVI curves; and spatial distribution map of planting areas of banana in Guangxi in 2006 were created. The study suggeststhat it is possible to extract planting areas automatically from MODIS data for large areas.

Keywords

Normalize Difference Vegetation Index Banana Planting Guangxi Province Atmospheric Profile Normalize Difference Vegetation Index Variety 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Remote Sensing Application and Test Base of National Satellite Meteorology CentreNanningChina

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