Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 141 (2017) 35–45 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Computers and Electronics in Agriculture journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/compag Agricultural plastic waste spatial estimation by Landsat 8 satellite images a a a b b Antonio Lanorte , Fortunato De Santis , Gabriele Nolè , Ileana Blanco , Rosa Viviana Loisi , b b,⇑ Evelia Schettini , Giuliano Vox IMAA, CNR, C.da Santa Loja, zona industriale, Tito Scalo, 85050 Potenza, Italy University of Bari, Department of Agricultural and Environmental Science (DISAAT), via Amendola 165/A, 70126 Bari, Italy article i nfo abstract Article history: The use of plastic materials in agriculture involves several beneﬁts but it results in huge quantities of Received 17 February 2017 agricultural plastic waste to be disposed of. Input and output data on the use of plastics in agriculture Received in revised form 4 July 2017 are often difﬁcult to obtain and poor waste management schemes have been developed. The present Accepted 7 July 2017 research aims to estimate and map agricultural plastic waste by using satellite images. Waste was eval- Available online 18 July 2017 uated by means of the indexes relating waste production to crop type and plastic application as deﬁned by the
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