Challenges associated with water resources and land use issues have driven developments in soil science to better characterize phenomena at both fine and coarse spatial scales. To gain a better understanding of soil processes, a multidisciplinary approach needs to be applied to view the diversity and variability of soil chemistry, biology, and physical properties. Combined with advances in computer models and advances in digital mapping, the approaches that are presented in the book Proximal Soil Sensing address not only statistical validations, but also the economics associated with collecting and analyzing experimental data. The tools described in this book offer the...
Book Review| November 01, 2011
Proximal Soil Sensing
. Springer, New York. 2010. 468 pp. Hardcover, $179.00. ISBN 978-90-481-8858-1.
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Bryant Keith Bellingham; Proximal Soil Sensing. Vadose Zone Journal ; 10 (4): 1340–1341. doi: https://doi.org/10.2136/vzj2011.0105br
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