82 Agricultural Remote Sensing: I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Climatology & Modeling
Remote sensing provides information for crop nutrient, irrigation, weed, and pest management at different scales from ground level to regional views. New satellites and unmanned aircraft are providing new capabilities for data collection.  Contributions to this session present the latest research on extracting geospatial information from the data for crop management.

Approved for 2.5 CM CEUs.


Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community

Climatology & Modeling

Precision Agriculture Systems Community
Agroclimatology and Agronomic Modeling Community
Sensor-Based Nutrient Management Community
Sensor-Based Water Management Community

Monday, November 16, 2015: 12:55 PM-3:45 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, L100 GH

E. Raymond Hunt Jr.
E. Raymond Hunt Jr.
12:55 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:00 PM
Understanding Spatial Variability of Corn Yield Using Remotely Sensed Imagery.
Bruno Basso, Michigan State University; Benjamin Dumont, Michigan State University; Greg Putman, Michigan State University; Jinshui Zhang, Michigan State University; Jose E. Cora, Sao Paulo State University; Joe T. Ritchie, Michigan State University
1:15 PM
Tea Bud Plucking Evaluation Using Small Format Aerial Photograph from Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).
Dhimas Wiratmoko, IOPRI; Joko Santoso, Indonesian Tea and Cinchona Reseach Institute (ITCRI); Muhammad Arif Yusuf, IOPRI; Witjaksana Darmosarkoro, IOPRI
1:30 PM
Rapid Detection of Colorado Potato Beetle Damage Using Small Unmanned Aircraft.
E. Raymond Hunt Jr., USDA-ARS; Silvia I. Rondon, Oregon State University; Philip B Hamm, Oregon State University; Alan E. Bruce, The Boeing Company; Robert W. Turner, The Boeing Company
1:45 PM
Using Field-Based Aerial Imaging Platform to Improve Selection Efficiency in Breeding for Drought Tolerance in Maize.
Mainassara Abdou ZAMAN-ALLAH, CIMMYT; Jill Cairns, CIMMYT; Jose Luis Araus, University of Barcelona; Amsal Tarekegne, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT); Cosmos Magorokosho, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT); Biswanath Das, CIMMYT; Mike Olsen, CIMMYT-Kenya; Prasanna B.M., CIMMYT
2:15 PM
2:45 PM
Remote Sensing Approach to Compare Maize Canopy Optical Properties Across Years By Accounting for Temperature Effects on Phenology.
Ana Wagner, University of Florida; Diego N. L. Pequeno, CGIAR (Consultative Group on Intl Agricultural Research); Caroline G. Staub, University of Florida; Daniel Dantas Barreto, University of Florida; Clyde W. Fraisse, University of Florida; Noemi Guindin, USDA - United States Department of Agriculture; Carol Crawford, United States Department of Agriculture; Timothy Arkebauer, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
3:00 PM
Monitoring Soybean Condition and Predicting Yield Using MODIS Vegetation Index 250-m during Critical Stages: A Case of Study in Iowa and Minnesota.
Noemi Guindin, USDA - United States Department of Agriculture; Matthew C. Hansen, University of Maryland
3:15 PM
Assessing Agricultural Climate Resilience: Creating a Decision Support System at the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Noemi Guindin-Garcia, United States Department of Agriculture; Carol Crawford, United States Department of Agriculture; Clyde W. Fraisse, University of Florida; Ana Wagner, University of Florida
3:30 PM
A Regional Crops Forecasting Model Integrating Satellite Remote Sensing with Localized Epic Model.
Mohammed Sikder, George Mason University; Ruixin Yang, George Mason University; Zhenwei Yang, United States Department of Agriculture; Srirama Krishna Reddy, Texas A&M AgriLife Research; Jackie C. Rudd, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center
3:45 PM