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Documenting no-till and conventional till practices using Landsat ETM+ imagery and logistic regression

Documenting no-till and conventional till practices using Landsat ETM+ imagery and logistic regression

Journal of Soil and Water Conservation Ankeny 57(5): 267-271

Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) imagery and logistic regression were used to document no-till and conventional till practices. The monitoring and verification of agricultural practices that promote carbon storage are crucial to the creation of a market-based carbon credit trading system. Remotely sensed images may prove more efficient than traditional land-based methods for this purpose. ETM+ imagery and logistic regression proved to have greater than 95 percent accuracy in verifying no-till fallow fields. The potential for this low-cost technology to assist in the monitoring and verification of practices that sequester carbon should be the subject of further research.

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