301 Innovation: Novel Measurement Methods: II

Poster Session
S01 Soil Physics

Novel methods for measurements in the vadose zone along with recent advances in more established methods will be presented.


Soil Physics
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Lower Level

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Gerard Kluitenberg
Michael Young
Poster #928
Developing Methodology to Characterize Soil Limited Evaporation.
Pukhraj Deol, North Carolina State University; Josh Heitman, North Carolina State University; Aziz Amoozegar, North Carolina State University; Tusheng Ren, China Agricultural University; Robert Horton, Iowa State University
Poster #929
Can a Dewpoint Hygrometer Measure Water Potential at Field Capacity (-33 kPa)?.
Douglas Cobos, Decagon Devices and Washington State University; Gaylon Campbell, Decagon Devices, Inc.; Jacob Cornwall, Decagon Devices, Inc.; Colin Campbell, Decagon Devices and Washington State University
Poster #931
Modeling the Influence of Water Content and Bulk Density on Soil Penetration Resistance.
Carlos M. Vaz, EMBRAPA Agricultural Instrumentation Center; Juliana M. Manieri, EMBRAPA Agricultural Instrumentation Center; Isabela C. de Maria, São Paulo State Agricultural Research Institute; Markus Tuller, University of Arizona
Poster #932
Use of a Dielectric Tensiometer and Other Soil Moisture Sensors to Measure Soil Drying by Roots of Wheat.
Dick Jenkins, Delta-T Devices; Martin Goodchild, Delta-T Devices; William Whalley, Rothamsted Research; Christopher Watts, Rothamsted Research; Colin Webster, Rothamsted Research; Martin Parry, Rothamsted Research
Poster #933
An Alternative Heat Pulse Sensor Design.
Tamir Kamai, University of California-Davis; Gerard Kluitenberg, Kansas State University; Jan Hopmans, University of California Davis
Poster #934
A Semi-Analytical Solution for the Dual-Probe Heat-Pulse Method That Accounts for the Presence of the Probes.
Gerard Kluitenberg, Kansas State University; John Knight, Queensland University of Technology - QUT; Tamir Kamai, University of California-Davis; Jan Hopmans, University of California Davis
Poster #935
Column Displacement Experiments to Evaluate Electrical Conductivity Effects On Electromagnetic Soil Water Sensing.
Robert C. Schwartz, USDA-ARS; Steven R. Evett, USDA-ARS; Mathew Pelletier, USDA-ARS
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