331 Sensors and Instrumentation for Mapping and Monitoring Applications: II

Poster Session
SSSA Division: Soil Physics
Measuring the variability of soil properties in space and time is critical to improving our models and management of agricultural and natural landscapes. From crop breeding to site-specific management and net ecosystem exchange, all aboveground processes are tightly linked to below-ground conditions. However, successfully quantifying these systems is often extremely difficult. There is considerable work being done that creatively applies sensors and instrumentation to resolve these challenges using novel and innovative techniques. This session aims to highlight these efforts and enhance our understanding of what is being done now, and what could be done in the future to advance measurement tools and provide critical knowledge.
Cosponsor(s):

Biophysical Measurements and Sensors Community

Tuesday, November 4, 2014: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall ABC

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Organizers:
Colin S. Campbell and Cristine L. S. Morgan
Presiders:
Colin S. Campbell and Cristine L. S. Morgan
Poster #1449
Calibration of Soil Moisture Sensors Using Pedotransfer Functions.
Caley Gasch, Washington State University; Todd R Anderson, University of Idaho; Matt Yourek, University of Idaho; Erin Brooks, University of Idaho; David Brown, Washington State University
Poster #1450
Highway Stormwater Runoff Monitoring and Effectiveness of Vegetated Filter Strips Under Wet Climate in Western Oregon.
Ziru Liu, Oregon State University; Chad Higgins, Oregon State University; Ryan Stewart, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Poster #1451
Determining Head Height Repeat-Ability and Other Related Parameters for Aardvark Permeameter.
Ali Farsad, Soilmoisture Equipment Corp.; Thomas G. Macfie, Soilmoisture Equipment Corp.
Poster #1452
Soil Physical Properties at U.S. Climate Reference Network Sites.
Timothy B. Wilson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Poster Presentation
  • ASAPoster_nov3_2014.pdf (1.1 MB)
  • Poster #1453
    A Porous Cup Sensor to Measure Soil Water Tension By Light Reflection.
    Adonai G Calbo, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation; Carlos M. Vaz, EMBRAPA - Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuaria; Luiz F Porto, Tecnicer Tecnologia Cer‚mica
    Poster #1454
    Evaluation of an Automatic Drilling Soil Sampler Machine for Soil Compaction Studies.
    Carlos M. Vaz, EMBRAPA - Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuaria; Ronaldo O Martins, Saci SoluÁűes; Ricardo Y Inamasu, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
    Poster #1455
    Using Field Instrumentation to Validate Numerical Modelling.
    Sara E. Vero, TEAGASC; Brian Reidy, Teagasc; Rachel E. Creamer, Teagasc; Tiernan Henry, National University of Ireland Galway; Mark G. Healy, National University of Ireland, Galway; Tristan G. Ibrahim, Dept. for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; Karl G Richards, Teagasc; Owen Fenton, TEAGASC
    Poster #1456
    A Composite Method to Determine Sample Volumes and Anisotropic Peat Shrinkage during Evaporation Experiments Based on Photogrammetry.
    Tobias Karl David Weber, Technische Universit√ɬÉ√ā¬§t Braunschweig, Institute of Geoecology, Department Soil Science and Soil Physics; Wolfgang Durner, TU Braunschweig, Institute of Geoecology, Department Soil Science and Soil Physics; Daniela Reineke, Technische Universitšt Braunschweig, Institute of Geoecology, Department Soil Science and Soil Physics; BjŲrn Riedel, Technische Universitšt Braunschweig, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry
    Poster #1458
    Towards Spatial Irrigation Management Using Distributed Soil-Water Tension Measurements Optimized for Soil Heterogeneity.
    Robert Heinse, University of Idaho; Jean Caron, Laval University; Erin Brooks, University of Idaho; John MacPherson, University of Idaho
    Poster #1459
    Seasonal Crop-Water Use Estimation Using Time-Lapse Measurements of ECa in Wheat, Barley and Pea Production with Varying Topography.
    Robert Heinse, University of Idaho; Jodi L. Johnson-Maynard, University of Idaho; David R. Huggins, USDA-ARS; Meghan Jane Wessel, University of Idaho
    Poster #1460
    Application of Time Domain Transmissiometry for Measurement of Moisture Content and Void Ratio in a Heavy Paddy Clay Soil.
    Masaaki Uemura, Graduate school of Agriculture, Saga University, Japan; Hideki Miyamoto, Saga University; Markus Tuller, University of Arizona
    Poster Presentation
  • 2014 ASA meeting (Masaaki Uemura).pdf (1.1 MB)
  • Poster #1461
    Utilizing on-the-Go Radiometric Mapping for the Investigation of Short-Term Pedogenic Processes in the Lower Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia.
    Uta Stockmann, The University of Sydney; Budiman Minasny, The University of Sydney; Alexander Broadfoot McBratney III, University of Sydney; Brendan Philip Malone, The University of Sydney; Greg Hancock, The University of Newcastle; Garry Willgoose, School of Environmental and Life Sciences
    Poster #1463
    Development of a Low-Cost Automated Nitrate Sensor for Natural Waters.
    Noa Bruhis, Decagon Devices, Inc.; Douglas R. Cobos, Decagon Devices, Inc.; Leonardo Daniel Rivera, Decagon Devices, Inc.; Gaylon S. Campbell, Decagon Devices, Inc.
    Poster #1464
    Time Domain Transmissiometry for Measurement of Soil Moisture and Bulk Electrical Conductivity.
    Yuta Hirashima, Saga University, Japan; Hideki Miyamoto, Saga University; Markus Tuller, University of Arizona; Ty Paul Ferre, University of Arizona
    Poster #1465
    Low-Cost Method for Monitoring Soil Air Pressure Using Microcontroller Board.
    Jacob P. McDaniel, Colorado State University; Greg Butters, Colorado State University
    Poster #1466
    Application of Coated Time Domain Transmission (TDT) Sensors for Measurement of Moisture Content in Dielectrically Lossy Clay Slurries.
    Hideki Miyamoto, Saga University; Masaaki Uemura, Graduate school of Agriculture, Saga University, Japan; Markus Tuller, University of Arizona; Ty Paul Ferre, University of Arizona
    Poster Presentation
  • 2014 ASA meeting (Hideki Miyamoto).pdf (719.8 kB)