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Final Pr oject Instr uctions AY F inal Project: Choose one of the topics listed in the table of contents of your textbook related to aviation and discuss with your Instructor. The paper should be 2400+ words submitted in WORD, typed and double-spaced, cover page, with scholarly sources, cited both in-text and on a reference page (per APA format). See grading rubric for more detailed grading criteria Please use at least eight scholarly resources for your paper. Submit your topic for approval in Blackboard for week 1 and your final paper in week 7. Pay close attention to the weekly assignments in the Blackboard course as to what is required each week for submission. **Instructor will go over how to write a research paper in week one of the course. A helpful weblink is place in the Course Resources folder under Start Here tab. The students should also plan to meet with the librarian on how to search for scholarly resources and use of databases in the EU library. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Understand the assignment Choose a research paper topic Conduct preliminary research Develop a thesis statement Create a research paper outline Write the introduction Write a compelling body of text Write the conclusion Research paper checklist - use the checklist and submit paper to Smarkthinking prior to submitting your final paper in Week 7 Final Presentation: Project PowerPoint Presentation- The slides should represent a visual effect of what you focused on in your Final Project Paper. Keep in mind that this is not a paper, sc please limit the use of too many words in your presentation and follow your instructors guidelines and rubric. Final Project PowerPoint Presentation Due Week 8. Presentation should include imagery slides that show that the student used a free software platform such as Google Earth or alternative platform. Please review the rubric in week 8 with your Instructor. Your Paper should be 2400+ words, with at least eight(8) scholarly sources. You should selected the topic yourself, Here’s what this course covered: Courses Objectives: By the end of the course, students will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Comprehend the key terms associated with GIS, photogrammetry, Landsat and remote sensing. Discuss how new satellite observations and data are applied to problems in global change and aerospace. Identify the principles of remote sensing and the technical characteristics and constraints related to aerospace. Evaluate methods of digital image processing ranging from preprocessing to image classification, field data collection and accuracy assessment related to aviation. Generate geographical information by processing digital remotely sensed data and critically evaluate its use for environmental applications. Critically evaluate the opportunities and available methods for integrating remote sensing, drones, and GIS for use in the aviation and other industries. Here’s what textbook covered, you can also pick the topic from here:
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Analyzing the Benefits of Remote Sensing Technologies for Sustainable Crop Management
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Introduction
The use of technology in agriculture is becoming increasingly important as farmers seek
to maximize crop yields while minimizing inputs and environmental risks. Remote sensing
technologies are one such technology that can be used to improve sustainable crop management
practices as they provide more accurate and timely information about crop health, soil conditions
and weather patterns, allowing for more efficient and productive crop management. Remote
sensing collects information about an area from a distance, usually from the air or space,
allowing users to monitor and assess an area's physical and biological characteristics in a noninvasive way. This information can be used to improve sustainable crop management practices.
Sustainable crop management practices are based on the principle of using resources to meet the
needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own
needs. Therefore, remote sensing technologies can significantly improve sustainable crop
management practices by providing more accurate and timely information about crop health, soil
conditions and weather patterns.
Improved Crop Monitoring
Remote sensing technologies such as hyperspectral imaging technology allow farmers to
obtain more accurate information about their crop health, such as biomass and leaf area index,
which are important for assessing crop performance. This information can help farmers identify
problems with their crops quickly, enabling them to take action to address them before they
become too severe. Additionally, remote sensing technologies allow farmers to assess the
nitrogen status of their crops, which is an important factor in determining crop productivity. For
example, Yousfi et al. (2019) found that using hyperspectral imaging technology allowed farmers
to accurately assess the nitrogen status of their crops, enabling them to make more informed

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decisions regarding fertilizer application. This can help to reduce the amount of fertilizer applied,
leading to increased crop yields and reduced environmental impact. Additionally, remote sensing
technologies can be used to monitor soil moisture levels, allowing farmers to take timely action
when there is a risk of water stress on the crop. Bégué et al. (2020) found that using Synthetic
Aperture Radar (SAR) imaging, which uses radar waves, produced data enabling farmers to
accurately identify areas of the crop at risk of water stress, enabling them to address the problem
before it negatively impacted crop yield.
In addition, Satellite-based remote sensing technology can help farmers monitor changes
in soil conditions over time, such as soil moisture content and fertility (Gebeyehu, 2019). This is
particularly important for sustainable crop management practices, as it allows farmers to adjust
their planting and fertilization practices to match their crops’ needs better. Furthermore, remote
sensing technologies such as radar, lidar, and optical or thermal imaging can be used to analyze
weather patterns and predict future weather trends, helping farmers to plan for extreme weather
events (Yousfi et al., 2019). Knowing when and where to expect extreme weather conditions
allows farmers to better prepare for them and reduce their impacts on their crops. Optical remote
sensing technology such as aerial photography, satellite imagery, and multispectral/hyperspectral
imaging can also help assess the impact of land-use changes on crop production, enabling
farmers to make more informed decisions about what crops to plant and how to manage them
(Ramu et al., 2022).
Yousfi et al. (2019) also found that remote sensing technologies such as aerial imagery,
satellite imagery, LiDAR, and thermal imaging can be used to monitor the health of crops and
detect changes in vegetation that can indicate the presence of a disease. Bégué et al. (2020) found
that Satellite ...


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