Evaluation and Mapping of Rice Flood Damage Using Domestic Remotely Sensed Data in China
It has great significance to study quick monitoring of rice flood disaster and applying timely remedial measures in the disaster area. The purpose of this research paper was to evaluate the rice flood damage, which happened on July to August 2009 in Shouxian, Huoqiu, Bengbu and Huainan are mainly rice producing areas in Anhui Province in China, using two images from domestic remotely sensing data from China that named Huan Jing satellite (HJ-CCD images). One was pre-flood disaster and the other was post-flood disaster. According to the change characteristics of NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) of forty field-sampling points of post-flood in study area, the flood damage degrees (light, moderate and serious) were been classified also. The verification of the classification accuracy calculated by confusion matrix that based on 40 field-sampling verification points. Accuracy results showed that Kappa coefficient (κ) was 0.6907 and the overall accuracy was 80.0%. At the same time, extract nine vegetation indices calculated from HJ-CCDs data were to build the model to inverted LAI of rice, and analyze the growth of rice after flood disaster stress. Hence, this study descriptive that multi-temporal and multispectral imagery domestic remotely sensing data from China (HJ-1 CCD images) are sufficient to assess rice flood disaster areas, specify relative damage degrees and growth analysis after flood stress.
KeywordsRemote sensing NDVI change characters detection Rice flood disaster degree HJ-CCD
This research was supported and funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (41401415 and 41501481), and Beijing Meteorological Bureau science and technology projects (BMBKJ201704003).
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