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Temporal and Spatial Variation of Soil Moisture in Upland Soil using AMSR2 SMC
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 Title & Authors
Temporal and Spatial Variation of Soil Moisture in Upland Soil using AMSR2 SMC
Na, Sang-Il; Lee, Kyoung-Do; Kim, Sook-Kyoung; Hong, Suk-Young;
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 Abstract
Temporal and spatial variation of soil moisture is important for understanding patterns of climate change, for developing and evaluating land surface models, for designing surface soil moisture observation networks, and for determining the appropriate resolution for satellite-based remote sensing instruments for soil moisture. In this study, we measured several soil moistures in upland soil using Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer 2 (AMSR2) Soil Moisture Content (SMC) during eight-month period in Chungbuk province. The upland soil moisture properties were expressed by simple statistical methods (average, standard deviation and coefficient of variation) from the monthly context. Supplementary studies were also performed about the effect of top soil texture on the soil moisture responses. If the results from this study were utilized well in specific cities and counties in Korea, it would be helpful to establish the countermeasures and action plans for preventing disasters because it was possible to compare with the relationship between soil moisture and top soil texture of each region. And it would be the fundamental data for estimating the effect of future agricultural plan.
 Keywords
Temporal and spatial variation;Soil moisture;AMSR2 SMC;Chungbuk;
 Language
Korean
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