soil moisture


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soil moisture

[¦sȯil ¦mȯis·chər]
(hydrology)
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Product Sub-Category : Soil moisture meter with accessories
On the other hand, when all other factors remained constant, as soil moisture content increases, soil carbon emissions decrease (Figure 4).
Understanding the variability of soil moisture, using both spatial and temporal scales, is essential in quantifying water storage variation in the soil profile; this information is fundamental in flood prediction and forecasting studies and agro-climatic modelling, especially in eucalyptus plantations (Albergel et al.
Throughout the experimental period, soil moisture contents were monitored using soil moisture sensors (5TM Soil Moisture and Temperature Sensor, Decagon Devices, Inc.
Ammonia volatilization of different N sources under two soil moisture conditions, in various periods after application
Studies showed that nitrifying process starts at a soil moisture of 5% (15% WFC).
In these experiments, individual female P aliena beetles were placed in 1 of 3 soil moisture levels in closed cages.
Low-altitude flight is essential for the sensor to accurately map soil moisture down to about 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 in.
Non-flooded controlled irrigation (CI), uses the ratio of soil moisture content to the saturated one for water deficit diagnosis, is widely used WSI technique in China (Mao, 2002; Peng et al.
During his time with Vineyard Team, Westover wrote a guide about using soil moisture sensors for irrigation management.
The calibration function obtained by the CC can be used in parallel with FSC for comparable soil moisture calculations during the calibration of the soil water model for a corresponding field.