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Remote sensing, wetlands and agriculture

AutorCastañeda del Álamo, Carmen ; Herrero Isern, Juan ; Márquez, M.
Palabras claveagricultural landscape
aridity
Common Agricultural Policy
gypseous soils
inland saline wetlands
soil heterogeneity
Fecha de publicaciónoct-2015
Citación1st. Wetlands International Symposium: What con Remote Sensing do for the Conservation of Wetlands? (Seville, Spain. Oct 23, 2015)
ResumenIn Monegros, we used remote sensing for the delimitation of agricultural soils in dry-farmed lands with low or nil production due to their aridity and soil composition. Distinctly colored decametric patches with different soil properties and crop (winter cereal) development are dominant in the landscape. Gypsum- and carbonate-rich soils are spread in the dry-farm area in relation with the limestone and gyprock substrate; gypsum rich areas are known as very low production areas.
Descripción1 Pag. with abstract of the oral communication from authors into "Second morning session (11:30-14:00 h.)" of the Wetlands International Symposium. It took place in parallel with the XVI Congreso de la Asociación Española de Teledetección (XVI Meeting of the Spanish Remote Sensing Association) (Seville, Spain).
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/128109
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