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Title: Use of remote sensing and geographical information system (GIS) for salinity assessment of Vaal-Harts irrigation scheme, South Africa
Authors: Ochieng, George M.
Ojo, Olumuyiwa I. 
Otieno, Fredrick Alfred O. 
Mwaka, Beason 
Keywords: Geographic information systems;Remote sensing;Vaal Harts;Salinity;NDVI
Issue Date: 2013
Journal: Environmental systems research (Heidelberg) 
Soil salinity is a critical environmental problem in many countries around the world especially the arid and semi-arid countries like South Africa. The problem has great impact on soil fertility which in turns has a great effect on soil productivity. This paper addresses the use of remote sensing and GIS in the assessment of salinity using Landsat enhanced thematic mapper plus (ETM+) data of the Vaal-Harts irrigation scheme acquired with other field data sets and a topographical map to show the spectral classes and salt-affected areas for the years under assessment (1991 to 2005).
ISSN: 2193-2697
Appears in Collections:Research Publications (Academic Support)

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