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Advances in remote sensing of cultivated landscapes at LISAH

Abstract : In order to propose new and sustainable methods for cultivated areas managment, the French INRA-IRD-Supagro laboratory for the study of Soil- Agrosystem-Hydrosystem Interactions (LISAH) develops tools for modelling fluxes (water, soils, solutes) based on a fine characterisation and observation of the landscape mosaics and of its dynamic (field limits, networks, structures, vegetation, agricultural practices, topography, etc.). Such observations equire to develop innovative acquisition and processing methods. This poster presents somes of these methods concerning different scales and techniques.
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Denis Feurer, Cécile Gomez, Jean-Stéphane Bailly, Guillaume Coulouma, Philippe Lagacherie, et al.. Advances in remote sensing of cultivated landscapes at LISAH. Journées CRITEX, EQUIPEX - Investissements d'Avenir, Jan 2016, Rennes, France. 2016. ⟨hal-01381254⟩

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