REMOTE SENSING MONITORING AND ANALYSIS OF AGRICULTURAL DROUGHT IN SPRING CONSIDERING IRRIGATION AREA: A CASE STUDY OF DONGLEI IRRIGATION DISTRICT (PHASE II)
Keywords: drought, irrigated area, percentage of precipitation anomaly, AVI, surface temperature, MODIS
Abstract. As one of the common natural disasters, drought is extremely destructive to agriculture. Drought has risen in recent years, so how to effectively monitor drought has become the focus of attention of relevant government departments. When drought occurs, irrigation measures will be taken in the irrigation district for drought resistance and disaster reduction. At this time, drought monitoring based on meteorological data and remote sensing index has certain limitations. Based on the surface temperature data of MODIS, this paper extracted the irrigation area information in the irrigated district, compared the drought monitoring results of irrigated area with those based on precipitation anomaly percentage and vegetation anomaly index, and analysed the importance of agricultural drought monitoring based on remote sensing of irrigated area. This paper considers that it is necessary to consider the distribution of the irrigated area when conducting drought monitoring in the irrigation district, it can improve the accuracy of agricultural monitoring, and it can provide the basis for government and agriculture and other related departments to manage water resources and formulate drought-resistance policies.