ISRSE 35, Beijing April 2013
ISRSE 35 was be held at the International Convention Center on April 22-26th in Beijing, China. This conference have 4 Workshops, Meetings, Oral session in 5 days, beside have Poster session, and Exhibition. I took part in the Opening ceremony, listening some workshop, and exhibition, and present our paper.
I was invited to present our paper in the workshop “ Crop phenology Monitoring and Food Security” at 13:30- 15:00 on April 23rd. In our workshop have 6 presentations, including 3 presenters from China, 1 presenter from Poland, 2 presenters from Taiwan. With presentation’s title : “Potential Climate change impact on Agricultural Productivity in Northern Vietnam” related to my PhD dissertation, I talked about the integration the System Approach for Land Use Sustainability (SALUS) model under the Web-GIS infrastructure and using remote sensing images by a) employing “Harvest Choice” as a tool to identify soil types and b) using the model to design and simulate continuous crop, soil, water and nutrient conditions under different cropping management strategies for multiple years. These strategies may have various crop rotations, planting dates, crop plant types and populations, irrigation and fertilizer applications, and tillage regime. The outcome can simulate plant growth and soil conditions on each day during different projected variables. Our results also suggest that application of the SALUS model may effectively simulate crop yields under changing future climate and atmospheric CO2 concentration in the agricultural regions of Vietnam. There have many local, international scientists, and foreigner students to join in our workshop, also provide useful feedback to them, and related to the other research.
In the 35th international conference on Remote sensing of Environment, I was really interested in the presentation from a German friend Patrick Leinenkugei who was...