Agricultural Stress Monitoring using Remote Sensing Data

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This study consist of experiments on Hyperspectral remote sensing data for monitoring field stress using remote sensing tools. We have segmented Hyperspectral image and then calculated stress level using ENVI tool. EO-I hyperspectral remote sensing data from hyperion space born sensor has been used as the key input. QUACK (Quick Atmospheric Correction) algorithm has been used for atmospheric correction of hyperspectral data. EO-1, hyperion sensors data It has been observed that stress level depends on chlorophyll contents of a leaf. It has been observed that green field is with less stress and rock where no chlorophyll contents have most stress. We have also shown stress level in the scale of 1 to 9.




Agricultural Stress Monitoring using Remote Sensing Data. (2020). International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(3), 335–337.

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