Remote Sensing in Studying Vegetation Cover, Sudan

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Eisa M. Ahmed
El Gunaid F. Hassan

Abstract

This paper aimed at to view some of the studies about the application of remote sensing in Sudan with a focus on vegetation cover in different areas by many of scholars; the integration of remote sensing in the gum Arabic belt; southern Gadarif region; ahable and wad grabou area, white Nile state; east of the Nile Khartoum State, and in the centre during a half-century.

Recommendations stated from these studies are; the use of assessment indicators including NDVI, SAVI and PCA –manipulated in color composite and/or unsupervised classification can be used as an appropriate mean for rangeland monitoring and assessment was recommended from the study of North Kordofan state.

Keywords:
Remote sensing, vegetation, Sudan, land cover, change detection

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Ahmed, E. M., & Hassan, E. G. F. (2022). Remote Sensing in Studying Vegetation Cover, Sudan. Asian Journal of Research in Biosciences, 4(2), 1-6. Retrieved from https://globalpresshub.com/index.php/AJORIB/article/view/1542
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