October, 15 (Tuesday)
TuC2
Remote Sensing for Agriculture 4
Room C
11:00-12:30,
Chairs: 
  • Prof. Anjin Chang (Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, United States of America)
TuC2-1
11:00-11:15
Assessment of cropland use in the AKKOL district of KAZAKHSTAN using MODIS NDVI time-series data
Aigul Bekbayeva, Farabi Yermekov, SholpanValiyeva and Jay Sagin2 / 1The Univ. of Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
Paper: TuC2-1.pdf
TuC2-2
11:15-11:30
Single crop phenotyping using unmanned aerial system (UAS) data
Anjin Chang1, Jinha Jung1 and Juan Landivar2 / 1The Univ. of Corpus Christi, USA and 2Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, USA
Paper: TuC2-2.pdf
TuC2-3
11:30-11:45
Physio-climatic classification of bangladesh셲 rice paddy field for alternate wetting and drying (AWD)
Md Rahedul Islam and Wataru Takeuchi / The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
Paper: TuC2-3.pdf
TuC2-4
11:45-12:00
Automatic mapping of crop intensity and seasonal dynamics across south Asia using 15 years of MODIS imagery
Bhogendra Mishra / Paschimanchal Campus, Nepal
Paper: TuC2-4.pdf
TuC2-5
12:00-12:15
Application of multi-temporal radarsat-2 backscattering for monitoring of paddy-planting stages in MALAYSIA
Muhammad Nazir Siham, Noryusdiana Mohamad Yusoff, Zuraimi Suleiman and Nurul Aina Abdul Aziz / Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency, Malaysia
Paper: TuC2-5.pdf
TuC2-6
12:15-12:30
Remote sensing based rice crop insurances as an operational service in INDIA using sentinel 1a and ORYZA crop simulation model
S. Pazhanivelan1, K.P.Ragunath1, N.S.Sudarmanian1, R. Kumaraperumal1, Tri setiyono2 and E.D. Quicho2 / 1The Univ. of Tamil Nadu, India and 2International Rice Research Institute, Philippines
Paper: TuC2-6.pdf