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Stevens Water

HydraProbe Soil Physics Workshop

June 6, 2019

10:30 - 12:30

Stevens Water

HydraProbe Soil Physics Workshop

Knowledge of soil moisture and the measurement of soil moisture can help society answer important questions about drought forecasting, flood warning and forecasting, greenhouse gas emissions, water supply forecasting, food security, and crop production. In order to address these important issues, a more quantitative approach is required of the analytical measurement of in situ soil moisture.

The HydraProbe soil sensor, the leading and most quantitative soil sensor used in scientific research and environmental monitoring networks, appears in hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific studies. For more than twenty years, major governmental organizations such as the USDA, NOAA and NASA, and hundreds of universities and research institutions have relied on and standardized on the HydraProbe soil sensor.

Based on two decades of experience, this workshop will bring an applications-in-the-field perspective to a more theoretical approach providing insights, information and tools for users who want to add soil moisture sensors and soil moisture data to their projects.

By the end of the workshop, you will have a clearer understanding of the analytical measurements of in situ soil moisture and an insight into how to interpret soil moisture data to gain a better understanding of the behavior of water in soil.

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