Satellite-based drought monitoring and warning system

Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan

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This is system is an application of space based technology (SBT) in the implementation of the Core Agriculture Support Program.
The benefit of this system are to develop satellite-based drought monitoring and early warning system (DMEWS) for Asian Pacific counties using freely available data, and to develop capacity of policy makers in those countries to apply the developed system in policy making.
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  • Wataru Takeuchi, Soni Darmawan, Rizatus Shofiyati, Mai Van Khiem, Kyaw San Oo, Uday Pimple and Suthy Heng, 2015. Near-real time meteorological drought monitoring and early warning system for croplands in Asia. 36th Asian conference on remote sensing (ACRS): Manila, Philippines, Oct. 20, 2015.
  • An Ngoc Van, Kyaw Sann Oo and Wataru Takeuchi, 2012. Development of an advanced Global Field Survey System (GFSS) for terrestrial monitoring and mapping with a demonstration for agricultural cropland mapping in Asia. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing (PE&RS), 78(8), 875-884.
  • Hiromi Jonai and Wataru Takeuchi, 2012. Global rice paddy field mapping by integrating MODIS and AMSR-E measurements. 33rd Asian conference on remote sensing (ACRS): Patthaya, Thailand, Nov. 28, 2012.
Satellite based drought monitoring and warly warning system
Dr. Wataru Takeuchi
Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo

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