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The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in Southwest Asia

Prasad Srinivasa Thenkabail

The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in Southwest Asia

by Prasad Srinivasa Thenkabail

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Published by International Water Management Institute in Colomno .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementP. S. Thenkabail, M. S. D. N. Gamage and V. U. Smakhtin.
SeriesResearch report -- 85
ContributionsGamage, M. S. D. N., Smakhtin, V. Y., International Water Management Institute.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 25 p. :
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22686646M
ISBN 109290905751
LC Control Number2008326622

Remote sensing of agricultural drought monitoring: A state of art review In Asia, the temperature from remote sensing data [63] and the heterogeneity of the earth surfaces which. DroughtView combines geovisualization tools with remote sensing products to detect drought conditions. The DroughtView tool served as a key piece of information to help the National Resources Conservation Service, US Bureau of Land Management, and US Forest Service range managers determine drought conditions and Farm Services Agency drought.

Indonesian drought monitoring from space. A report of SAFE activity: Assessment of drought impact on rice production in Indonesia by satellite remote sensing and dissemination with web-GIS Rizatus Shofiyati, Wataru Takeuchi, Parwati Sofan et al.-This content was downloaded from IP address on 17/01/ at Choudhary K. et al. () Use of Remote Sensing Data for Drought Assessment: A Case Study for Bihar State of India During Kharif, In: Ray K., Mohapatra M., Bandyopadhyay B., Rathore L. (eds) High-Impact Weather Events over the SAARC : K. Choudhary, Inka Goel, P. K. Bisen, S. Mamatha, S. S. Ray, K. Chandrasekar, C. S. Murthy, M. V. R.

"The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in southwest Asia," IWMI Research Reports H, International Water Management Institute. Serraj, R. & Bennett, John & Hardy, B. (ed.), Author: Atiqotun Fitriyah, Alvin Fatikhunnada, Fumi Okura, Bayu Dwi Apri Nugroho, Tasuku Kato. Chapter 9 Drought Monitoring and Assessment: Remote Sensing and Modeling Approaches for the Famine Early Warning Systems Network G.B. Senay1, N.M. Velpuri2, S. Bohms3, M. Budde1, C. Young4, J. Rowland1 and J.P. Verdin1 ical Survey (USGS) Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center, Sioux Falls, SD, USA, 2ASRC InuTeq LLC, Contractor to USGS EROS Cited by:


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The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in Southwest Asia by Prasad Srinivasa Thenkabail Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Use of Remote Sensing Data for Drought Assessment and Monitoring in Southwest Asia How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary. "Droughts are recurring climatic events, which often hit South Asia, bringing significant water shortages, economic losses and adverse social consequences.

Preparedness for drought should form an important part of national environmental. The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in southwest Asia Series Title: Research report (International Water Management Institute).

The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in southwest Asia. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). v, by: Thenkabail PS, Gamage MS, Smakhtin VU.

The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in Southwest Asia. Research report Colombo: International Water Management Institute; Google ScholarAuthor: Sithabile Tirivarombo, Gladness Oromeng.

The system is based on drought-related indices derived from high-resolution remote-sensing data (MODIS). The unique feature of the study is the development of regression relationships between drought-related indices obtained from MODIS and AVHRR data, which have different pixel-resolution and optical by: The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in Southwest Asia.

International Water Management Institute, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Thiruvengadachari S., Gopalkrishna H.R., An integrated PC environment for assessment of drought.

International Journal of Re-mote Sensing – Xihua Y., Guoliang T., The FEWS NET activities have used remote sensing satellite data to monitor drought and famine since the late s. NDVI was first used to monitor the green-up in sub-Saharan Africa and to detect anomalous vegetation by: Drought Risk Assessment using Remote Sensing and GIS: The Case of Southern Zone, Tigray Region, Ethiopia.

Monitoring drought dynamics in the Aravalli region (India) using different indices based on ground and remote sensing data”, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 8 (). Thenkabail, P. S., Gamage, M. and Smakhtin, V.

U., “The Use of Remote Sensing Data for Drought Assessment. The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in Southwest Asia.

The Use of Remote-Sensing Data for Drought Assessment and Monitoring in Southwest Asia Thenkabail, P. S., Gamage, M. and Smakhtin, V.

Introduction Droughts are recurring climatic events, which often hit South Asia, bringing significant water shortages, economic losses and adverse social consequences. In the last 20 years, increasing.

Thenkabail PS, Gamage MSDN, Smakhtin VU () The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in southwest Asia. Research report, vol International Water Management Institute, Colombo, pp 1–25 Google ScholarCited by: 2.

Thenkabail PS, Gamage MSDN, Smakhtin VU () The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in Southwest Asia.

Res Report Intern Water Manag Institute – Google ScholarCited by: 7. The Use of Remote-Sensing Data for Drought Assessment and Monitoring in Southwest Asia.

Tucker, C.J.& Gatlin, J.& Schnieder, S.R.& Kunginos, M.A., () "Monitoring large scale vegetation dynamics in the Nile delta and river valley from NOAA AVHRR data", Proceedings of the conference on remote sensing of arid and semi-arid lands, Cairo, Egypt Cited by: The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in southwest Asia.

The system is based on drought-related indices derived from high-resolution remote-sensing data (MODIS). The unique feature of the study is the development of regression relationships between drought-related indices obtained from MODIS and AVHRR data. And Smakhtin V.U.() The Use of Remote Sensing Data for Drought Assessment and Monitoring in South West Asia.

IWMI Research Report N Colombo, Sri Lanka • Smakhtin, V. and Hughes, D.A. () Review, Automated Estimation and Analyses of Drought Indices in South Asia. IWMI Working Paper N 83 – Drought Series Paper N 1. Colombo, Sri. With the use of Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) remote sensing data in recent years, integrated drought indices were developed to monitor meteorological and agricultural drought conditions by combining the single remote sensing indices, e.g., TCI, VCI, SMCI and TRMM Precipitation Condition Index (PCI).Cited by: A unified framework for drought monitoring and assessment is proposed by the use of standardised indices, such as the standardised precipitation index (SPI) for precipitation, the standardised.

The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in southwest Asia By Prasad Srinivas Thenkabail, M. Nilantha Gamage and Vladimir U. More recently, Remote sensing technology opens the door for drought monitoring (Jiao, Wang, Novick, & Chang, ). West et al. () charted the rise of remote sensing for drought monitoring.The Use of Remote Sensing Data for Drought Assessment and Monitoring in Southwest Asia.

Citation: Thenkabail, Prasad Srinivas; Gamage, M. S. D. Nilantha; Smakhtin, Vladimir U. The use of remote sensing data for drought assessment and monitoring in southwest Asia. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI) v, 25p.

As remote sensing and hydrometeorological data assimilation systems routinely provide data to derive the different indices, use of them can provide a uniform framework for drought assessment, monitoring and analysis as well as predictions.

Several practical examples are by: 2.