Monitoring of Transformation of Agrolandscapes and Forecast Estimation of Productivity of Agroecosystems under Conditions of Climate Change according to Remote Sensing Data

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  •   Oleksandr Tarariko

  •   Tetyana Ilyenko

  •   Nadia Adamchuk-Chala

  •   Olena Bilokin

  •   Yelyzaveta Chala

Abstract

Satellite information is an important source of information for assessing the impact of economic activities on ecosystems and identifying the risks associated with global climate change, their impact on ecosystem productivity, and land degradation and desertification. Satellite information makes it possible to extrapolate observation data at meteorological stations to large areas and provides a more accurate estimate of the prevalence of climatic and weather adverse effects on agricultural landscapes. The basis for the use of remote sensing methods to monitor the impact of climate change on agricultural landscapes and land use systems is knowledge of the relationship between structure and condition of vegetation, moisture supply, with its spectral reflective characteristics, which allow identifying vegetation types and stress according to aerospace survey.


Keywords: agrosphere, global warming, remote sensing of the earth.

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How to Cite
Tarariko, O., Ilyenko, T., Adamchuk-Chala, N., Bilokin , O., & Chala, Y. (2022). Monitoring of Transformation of Agrolandscapes and Forecast Estimation of Productivity of Agroecosystems under Conditions of Climate Change according to Remote Sensing Data. European Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences, 4(3), 87–94. https://doi.org/10.24018/ejfood.2022.4.3.509