Research on Evaluation of Soil Fertility Resource Space Based on Regional Hotspots and Clustering Method

  • Guifen ChenEmail author
  • Jian Lu
  • Ying Meng
  • Dongxue Wang
Conference paper
Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT, volume 509)


Based on each unit of Nong’an County, With ArcGis software platform, the establishment of a part of the total nitrogen in the soil attribute data Nong’an topsoil fertility resources, phosphorus, potassium and organic matter and effective nutrient database, Global Clustering and outlier analysis and hot spot analysis of the autocorrelation method, the county topsoil fertility resources were analyzed and evaluated. The results for farmland protection and optimal layout policy to provide a reference for the theory and methods, but also on the implementation of the agricultural work provides precise basis for decision making.


Soil fertility resource Soil nutrient Regional hotspots and clustering method GIS 



This work was funded by the China Spark Program.2015GA66004. “Integration and demonstration of corn precise operation technology based on Internet of things”.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Information TechnologyJilin Agricultural UniversityChangchunChina

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