Tag Archives: Remote sensing

MODIS: An Alternative for Updating Land Use and Land Cover in Large River Basin

Land use and land cover information is essential for effective land resource management such as water resource. However, mapping of land use and land cover at regional or large river basin scale based on high resolution satellite image is usually expensive and time consuming. This research attempts to map out the status of land use and land cover in 2010 ... Read More »

Estimation Soil Moisture Using Remote Sensing in Cassava Field, Khon Buri District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

Estimation soil moisture using remote sensing in cassava field was studied during May 2009 to March 2010. Soil moisture (SM) was month exclude month at 0 – 5 cm depth in soil by using The flight data recorder (FDR). The objectives of this study were to study variations of soil moisture in different of plant growth stage and using remote ... Read More »

Estimation of Above – ground Carbon Sequestration of Forest Area by Using Remote Sensing Techniques at Mae Tuen Wildlife Sanctuary, Tak Province

This study was aimed to estimate the aboveground carbon sequestration of forest area by using remote sensing techniques at Mae Tuen Wildlife Sanctuary, TakProvince. To do this, the relation between aboveground carbon sequestration and the reflectance value of different wavebands of LANDSAT 5 TM image and its index, such as band 2 (Green), band 3 (Red) and band 4 (IR) ... Read More »

Application of Remote Sensing Technique for Atap Palm (Nypa fruticans Wurmb.) Product Valuation in Mangrove Forest Samut Sakhon Province

This study investigated classification techniques of Atap Palm using THEOS satellite data and the appropriate techniques to use for Atap Palm valuation in mangrove forest of Samut Sakhon province.  Data on Atap Palm leaves and Atap Palm fruit measured from field sample plots and gathered from interviews were included in the analysis processes. The results found that there were 25,257.22 ... Read More »