Application of SAR remote sensing and crop modeling for operational rice crop monitoring in South and South East Asian Countries

Tri Deri Setiyono1, Francesco Holecz2, Nasreen I Khan3, Massimo Barbieri2, Aileen A Maunahan4, Luca Gatti2, Emma D Quicho1, Sellaperumal Pazhanivelan5, Manuel Campos-Taberner6, Francesco Collivignarelli2, Javier García Haro6, Amornrat Intrman7, Do Phuong8, Mirco Boschetti9, Prabhu Prasadini10, Lorenzo Busetto9, Vo Quang Minh11 and Vo Quoc Tuan11, (1)International Rice Research Institute, Social Sciences Division, Alexandria, VA, United States, (2)sarmap SA, Purasca, Switzerland, (3)International Rice Research Institute, Alexandria, VA, United States, (4)International Rice Research Institute, Social Sciences Division, Los Banos, Philippines, (5)Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Remote Sensing and GIS, Coimbatore, India, (6)Universitat de València, Department of Earth Physics and Thermodynamics, València, Spain, (7)Thailand Rice Department, Bangkok, Thailand, (8)National Institute of Agricultural Planning and Projection, Hanoi, Vietnam, (9)CNR Institute for the Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment, Milan, Italy, (10)Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, Guntur, India, (11)Can Tho University, Department of Land Resource, Can Tho, Vietnam