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|Title:||Spatial Relation between NDVI and Grain Yield: Impact pf Spatial Resolution and Measurement Device|
|Authors:||WENDROTH Ole; REUTER HANNES ISAAK; KERSEBAUM CHRISTIAN; GIEBEL A; MURDOCK L.w.; STOMBAUGH T.s.|
|Citation:||Precision agriculture p. 731-738|
|Publisher:||Wageningen Academic Publisher|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||With the increasing availability of sensors tp gather information on the soil and crop status in farm management, the question of optimum spatial resolution of measurements and their spatial aggregation arises.The aim of this study was to examine spatial resolution and data aggregation of two different data sets obtained under different climatic conditions and geographic regions i.e. in Luettewitz, Germany and Lixington, Kentucky.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Environment and Sustainability|
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