Integration of remote sensing and simulation of crop growth, soil water and solute transport at regional scale

P.A. Leffelaar, J.C. van Dam, J.J.E. Bessembinder, T.C. Ponsioen

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Abstract

Water productivities (WP) are defined for different scales that can be considered in an agricultural area, such as the crop, the field and the regional scale.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWater productivity of irrigated crops in Sirsa District, India
EditorsJ.C. van Dam, R.S. Malik
Place of Publication[S.l.]
PublisherS.n.
Pages121-134
Number of pages173
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Keywords

  • agricultural production
  • yields
  • soil water
  • plant water relations
  • remote sensing
  • models

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    Leffelaar, P. A., van Dam, J. C., Bessembinder, J. J. E., & Ponsioen, T. C. (2003). Integration of remote sensing and simulation of crop growth, soil water and solute transport at regional scale. In J. C. van Dam, & R. S. Malik (Eds.), Water productivity of irrigated crops in Sirsa District, India (pp. 121-134). [S.l.]: S.n..