한국농림기상학회지, 제 6권 제2호(2004) (pISSN 1229-5671, eISSN 2288-1859)
Korean Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Vol. 6, No. 2, (2004), pp. 94~106
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농업기상분석 향상을 위한 농업정보간 격차 도출

로저 스톤(1), 피터 헤이맨(2), 홀저 마인키(3)
(1)남컨즈랜드대학, 투움바, 호주
(2)뉴사우쓰웨일즈농업국, 탐워쓰, 호주
(3)컨즈랜드 주요산업국, 투움바, 호주

(2004년 01월 03일 접수; 2004년 05월 31일 수락)

Determining the gaps in agricultural information, such as
crop phonology, crop moisture status, and drought indices, to improve
agrometeorological analyses for agriculture

Roger C Stone(1), Peter Hayman(2), Holger Meinke(3)
(1)Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Tor Street Toowoomba, and Faculty of Sciences,
University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia. 4350
(2)South Australian Research and Development Institute, Adelaide, South Australia.
(3)Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Tor Street, Toowoomba, Australia, 4350

(Received January 03, 2004; Accepted May 31, 2004)

ABSTRACT
Determining those gaps in agricultural and other information to improve agrometeorological analyses for agriculture is a large task. The effective integration of appropriate data systems, including remote sensing systems, with agricultural systems modelling capability is described as a worthy outcome in this endeavour. Data issues, including those associated with data length, quality, maintenance, and archiving remain serious issues to be addressed. The role of remote sensing and geographic information systems in agrometeorology is important and is explored here. The value of simulation models to provide the synthesis for future agrometeorological requirements is further elucidated.

Keyword: information gap, agrometeorological analyses, agricultural system, agrometeorological requirements

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