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Prospects of improving agricultural and water productivity through unmanned aerial vehicles
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are an alternative to costly and time-consuming traditional methods to improve agricultural water management and crop productivity through the acquisition, processing, and analyses of ...
Application of drone technologies in surface water resources monitoring and assessment: A systematic review of progress, challenges, and opportunities in the global south
Accurate and timely information on surface water quality and quantity is critical for various applications, including irrigation agriculture. In-field water quality and quantity data from unmanned aerial vehicle systems ...
Estimating and monitoring land surface phenology in rangelands: A review of progress and challenges
Land surface phenology (LSP) has been extensively explored from global archives of satellite observations to track and monitor the seasonality of rangeland ecosystems in response to climate change. Long term monitoring ...
Assessing the prospects of remote sensing maize leaf area index using uav-derived multi-spectral data in smallholder farms across the growing season
Maize (Zea Mays) is one of the most valuable food crops in sub-Saharan Africa and is a critical component of local, national and regional economies. Whereas over 50% of maize production in the region is produced by ...