265 Remote Sensing and Regional Scale Modeling

Oral Session
A03 Agroclimatology & Agronomic Modeling

This session is a collection of papers submitted to general A03 session that deal with large scale modeling and remote sensing.


A03 Agroclimatology & Agronomic Modeling
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 12:25 PM-1:45 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 102A, First Floor

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Gerald Flerchinger
Kelly Thorp
12:25 PM
Introductory Remarks
12:30 PM
Assessment of Spatial and Temporal Variability of Wheat Yield Using Remotely Sensed Images with Different Spatial and Spectral Resolutions and Crop Models.
Bruno Basso, University of Basilicata; Costanza Fiorentino, University of Basilicata; Urs Shulthess, Rapid Eye; Joe Ritchie, University of Florida
12:45 PM
Validation of Canopy Chlorophyll Content Index (CCCI) for Remotely Estimation of Wheat Nitrogen Concentration in Rainfed Environmnets.
Davide Cammarano, University of Florida; Glenn Fitzgerald, Victorian Department of Primary Industries; Bruno Basso, University of Basilicata; Garry O'Leary, Victorian Department of Primary Industries; Deli Chen, University of Melbourne; Peter Grace, Institute for Sustainable Resources (ISR)
1:00 PM
Aggregation of SEBAL Derived ET Maps From Lansat (30m) to MODIS (250m) Scale.
Sung-ho Hong, Murray State University; Jan Hendrickx, New Mexico Tech (NM Institute of Mining & Technology); Brian Borchers, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, Dept. of Mathematics
1:15 PM
Predicting the Residual Soil Inorganic N and Nitrate Leaching Losses at a Regional and National Scale Using a Canadian Agricultural Nitrogen Budget Model (CANB v3.0).
Jingyi Yang, Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre; Craig Drury, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Reinder De Jong, Eastern Cereal & Oilseed Research Centre; Xueming Yang, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Edward Huffman, Eastern Cereal & Oilseed Research Centre
1:30 PM
A Robust Protocol for Estimating Crop Yield Potential at Regional to National Scales.
Justin Van Wart, University of Nebraska; Kenneth Cassman, University of Nebraska; Kurt Kersebaum, ZALF - Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research; Adam J. Liska, University of Nebraska
1:45 PM