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Geotechnologies on a detailed digital soil mapping and the Brazilian soil spectral library: development and applications

Grant number: 14/22262-0
Support type:Research Projects - Thematic Grants
Duration: May 01, 2015 - April 30, 2021
Field of knowledge:Agronomical Sciences - Agronomy
Principal Investigator:José Alexandre Melo Demattê
Grantee:José Alexandre Melo Demattê
Home Institution: Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz (ESALQ). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Piracicaba , SP, Brazil
Assoc. researchers: Carlos Alberto Nobre Quesada ; Cristine Lois Smith Morgan ; Éder de Souza Martins ; Eyal Ben Dor ; Fabrício da Silva Terra ; Igo Fernando Lepsch ; Leonardo Ramirez Lopez ; Marcos Rafael Nanni ; Marilusa Pinto Coelholacerda ; Osmar Abílio de Carvalho Júnior ; Peterson Ricardo Fiorio ; Raphael Armando Viscarra Rossel
Associated scholarship(s):18/23760-4 - Spatial technology applied on the remote sensing of soil and vegetation: applications in the mapping of agricultural and preserved lands, BP.PD
18/22991-2 - Computerization and database processing of soil and development of a platform for visualization of interactive web maps, BP.TT
18/18304-0 - Pedomorphogeological relations to support the digital mapping of soils, BP.IC
+ associated scholarships 18/17369-0 - Determination of attributes and soil classes via soil mosaic exposed by satellite image based on a spectral library, BP.IC
18/12678-5 - Terrestrial, orbital and relief spectroscopy mediated by the Random Forest kriging system in soil mapping by pedo-transfer of São Paulo State, BP.PD
18/12532-0 - Intrinsic soil properties related with colour acquired by sentinel and nanosatellite spectroscopy and its implication with sugar cane byomass: a new approach on digital soil mapping, BP.IC
18/09656-0 - Relationship between soil degradation and soil classes evaluated by a 27 years Landsat image (Vis-Nir-Swir-Tir), derived from climate and digital elevation model, as to assit on digital soil mapping, BP.IC
17/03207-6 - Geotechnologies in detailed pedological digital mapping and Brazilian spectral soil library: development and applications, BP.PD
16/26124-6 - Precision pedology: soil characterisation and mapping in real time using geotechnologies, BP.DD
16/26176-6 - Soil variability of Brazil from the perspective of a spectral library in the bands of visible-infrared and medium-infrared, BP.DD
16/01597-9 - Pedotransfer functions by geotecnologies associated with photopedology for pedological mapping in agricultural areas of São Paulo State, BP.DD - associated scholarships

Abstract

The current project aims to act in many soil knowledge fields through geotechnologies using laboratorial, terrestrialpunctual and continuous platforms, aerial and orbital levels. This will be organized into 6 projects as follows: 1.Brasilian Spectral library; 2. Satellite images on soil mapping; 3.Geotecnologies for in-situ soil mapping; 4.Stratigraphy on soil mapping; 5.Geotecnology for digital soil mapping. The first theme aims the implementation of a Brazil's soil spectral library. Soil reflectance spectra will be obtained and organized from the broadest attainable regions. The object is the development of a database with soil patterns via spectra accessible to the community, leading to implement its use in future soil surveys. The second theme regards the development of a detailed soil map of an important region, Piracicaba - SP, through geotechnologies. In order to accomplish this goal, many subprojects will be fulfilled. The first will be the compartmentalization of stratigraphic surfaces according to their geological and geomorphological aspects. A mosaic with satellite images with correction for reflectance in 3D software will be made as well, in order to observe the surface with bare soil. Also an aerial image will be taken by a hyperspectral sensor with 620 bands to relate with detailed spectral characteristics of soils. Photopedology work in 3D software will be accomplished. Within the compartments, several transect points will be allocated along the area to be evaluated by boreholes and trenches at the field (patterns). After the conclusion of evaluation and sampling, soil samples will be analyzed in laboratory and by sensor acquiring a spectral database (DB). With the DB, in addition with all the information layers, three pilot areas within each compartment will be chosen, where a detailed fieldwork will be made through geotechnologies. In this stage, in-situ mapping work with geotechnological equipment (field spectroradiometer, colorimeters, GPS, gamaespectrometry, computers and geographic information systems) will be made in punctual. Such tools will support the pedologist decision in soil interpretation at real time. Added all the knowledge acquired, the methodology will be applied in soil mapping based on a mix of traditional and geotechnological. There are two products expected as a result of this project: a library available to public and a detailed soil map supported by a new geotechnological methodology. (AU)

Scientific publications (6)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
MENDES, WANDERSON DE S.; MEDEIROS NETO, LUIZ G.; DEMATTE, JOSE A. M.; GALLO, BRUNA C.; RIZZO, RODNEI; SAFANELLI, JOSE L.; FONGARO, CAIO T. Is it possible to map subsurface soil attributes by satellite spectral transfer models?. Geoderma, v. 343, p. 269-279, JUN 1 2019. Web of Science Citations: 1.
DEMATTE, JOSE ALEXANDRE M.; DOTTO, ANDRE CARNIELETTO; BEDIN, LUIS GUSTAVO; SAYAO, VERIDIANA MARIA; BARROS E SOUZA, ARNALDO. Soil analytical quality control by traditional and spectroscopy techniques: Constructing the future of a hybrid laboratory for low environmental impact. Geoderma, v. 337, p. 111-121, MAR 1 2019. Web of Science Citations: 2.
SILVA, ELISANGELA BENEDET; GIASSON, ELVIO; DOTTO, ANDRE CARNIELETTO; TEN CATEN, ALEXANDRE; MELO DEMATTE, JOSE ALEXANDRE; BACIC, IVAN LUIZ ZILLI; DA VEIGA, MILTON. A Regional Legacy Soil Dataset for Prediction of Sand and Clay Content with Vis-Nir-Swir, in Southern Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo, v. 43, 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
FONGARO, CAIO T.; DEMATTE, JOSE A. M.; RIZZO, RODNEI; SAFANELLI, JOSE LUCAS; MENDES, WANDERSON DE SOUSA; DOTTO, ANDRE CARNIELETTO; VICENTE, LUIZ EDUARDO; FRANCESCHINI, MARSTON H. D.; USTIN, SUSAN L. Improvement of Clay and Sand Quantification Based on a Novel Approach with a Focus on Multispectral Satellite Images. REMOTE SENSING, v. 10, n. 10 OCT 2018. Web of Science Citations: 0.
GALLO, BRUNA C.; DEMATTE, JOSE A. M.; RIZZO, RODNEI; SAFANELLI, JOSE L.; MENDES, WANDERSON DE S.; LEPSCH, IGO F.; SATO, MARCUS V.; ROMERO, DANILO J.; LACERDA, MARILUSA P. C. Multi-Temporal Satellite Images on Topsoil Attribute Quantification and the Relationship with Soil Classes and Geology. REMOTE SENSING, v. 10, n. 10 OCT 2018. Web of Science Citations: 2.
MELO DEMATTE, JOSE ALEXANDRE; FONGARO, CAIO TROULA; RIZZO, RODNEI; SAFANELLI, JOSE LUCAS. Geospatial Soil Sensing System (GEOS3): A powerful data mining procedure to retrieve soil spectral reflectance from satellite images. REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT, v. 212, p. 161-175, JUN 2018. Web of Science Citations: 10.

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