REMOTE SENSING RETRIEVAL OF SOIL MOISTURE IN GUANGXI BASED ON ATI AND TVDI MODELS

Lu, X. J.; Zhou, B.; Yan, H. B.; Luo, L.; Huang, Y. H.; Wu, C. L.

In order to further to improve the monitoring accuracy of soil moisture spatial and temporal changes in Guangxi, this paper uses MODIS, Landsat8, ASTER GDEM data and measured relative soil moisture data as data sources. According to the design idea of complementary advantages, the EVI value of Landsat8 image is partitioned, and the relative soil moisture is inverted by ATI model method in the area of EVI≤0.33, and the relative soil moisture is inverted by TVDI model in the area of EVI>0.33. The apparent thermal inertia model (ATI) and the temperature vegetation drought index model (TVDI) was used to invert the relative soil moisture in Guangxi. The results show that the temporal variation of relative soil moisture in the study area in 2017 is the change cycle from rising to falling: the rising period is from January to July, and the falling period is from August to December, in which the relative soil moisture reaches the peak in July. The minimum value are December; the relative soil moisture in the north of Guangxi are generally higher than that in southern Guangxi. The correlation between the relative soil moisture value of the ATI model and the TVDI model partition retrieval and the measured relative soil moisture data is higher, and the relative soil moisture retrieval effects is better.

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Lu, X. J. / Zhou, B. / Yan, H. B. / et al: REMOTE SENSING RETRIEVAL OF SOIL MOISTURE IN GUANGXI BASED ON ATI AND TVDI MODELS. 2020. Copernicus Publications.

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