Christina Bogner

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Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy is a powerful technique to predict soil properties. It can be used in situ to provide data inexpensively and rapidly compared to the standard laboratory measurements. Because most spectral data bases contain air-dried samples scanned in the laboratory, field spectra acquired in situ are either absent or rare in calibration(More)
In the course of our own research on theoretical concepts for ecology, inspired by computing and information science, we have discovered the recent article “Quantifying sustainability: Resilience, efficiency and the return of information theory” (Ulanowicz et al., 2009). It has been a sincere pleasure to discover that renowned ecologists keep advocating the(More)
Flow processes in soils are closely related to groundwater quality often affected by human activities. Because hydrological models usually lack explanatory power, direct visualization of flow paths in dye tracer infiltration studies has become a standard tool in soil hydrology. These experiments provide images of dye-stained paths in soils and help(More)
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