From Dec. 21 to 22, Sponsored by National Agricultural Science & Technology Innovation Alliance and Institute of Agricultural Resource and Regional Planning, CAAS, Organized by Macro Agriculture Research Institute and College of Resources & Environment, HZAU, and College of urban and Environmental Sciences, CCNU, the symposium on crop mapping in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River was held in HZAU.
The symposium attracted more than 30 scholars from Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Aerospace Information Research Institute, CAS, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS, Zhejiang University, Wuhan University, China Agricultural University, Huazhong Agricultural University, Central China Normal University, South China Agricultural University, Sun Yat-sen University, Hubei University and Hunan Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
The symposium focused on “Research Progress of Crop Remote Sensing Mapping” and “Development of a Single Map of Crops in the Middle and Lower Reaches of the Yangtze River”, By seminar and discussion, the participants exchanged and shared the data, algorithms and technical basis of crop remote sensing mapping and jointly discussed the general ideas and technical solutions for the development of a single crop map in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. You Liangzhi, President of macro Agricultural Research Institute of our university, presided over the topic "research progress of crop remote sensing mapping". More than 10 scholars reported on the development and progress of crop remote sensing mapping at home and abroad.
It is reported that the Development of a Single Map Of Crops in the Middle and Lower Reaches of the Yangtze River is supported by the national key R & D Projects "Research on the impact of global change on crop yield and quality" undertaken by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and the "mechanism and method of agricultural remote sensing" project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Guided by the needs of the service industry and aiming at the development of standardized data products, a working group has been set up jointly with the domestic expert team to develop a high-precision "one map of crops" in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River through 2-3 years of collaborative research to meet the urgent needs of the industry for remote sensing data products of crop spatial distribution.
The source: http://news.hzau.edu.cn/2019/1226/56101.shtml
Written by Lidong Zhao