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Mapping soil properties at high spatial resolution using remote sensing datasets and machine learning approaches
Project funded by own resources
Project title Mapping soil properties at high spatial resolution using remote sensing datasets and machine learning approaches
Principal Investigator(s) Alewell, Christine
Project Members Gupta, Surya
Organisation / Research unit Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Umweltgeowissenschaften (Alewell)
Project Website https://duw.unibas.ch/en/research-groups/environmental-geoscience/research-group-alewell/
Project start 01.04.2022
Probable end 31.03.2024
Status Active
Abstract

Spatial soil maps are essential for monitoring, management, and conservation. Maps of soil properties are available from regional to global scales, with global maps being urgently needed for global modelling and management endeavours (from soil degradation to climate change modelling and assessments).
Objectives:

1. To link soil organic carbon, soil texture, nitrogen, and phosphorus to various remote sensing
parameters (vegetation, topography, climate) and using machine learning algorithm.

2. To generate high resolution (20-30 m) spatial response and uncertainty maps of Switzerland

3. To compare the accuracy with different available maps

Financed by University funds
   

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