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DUAL FIELD CALIBRATION OF CAPACITANCE AND NEUTRON SOIL WATER SENSORS IN A SHRINKING–SWELLING CLAY SOIL
Multisensor capacitance sensors (MCS) are now popular alternatives to neutron scattering (NS) soil water–monitoring devices. The objectives of this study were to (i) quantify the effect of clayExpand
Water productivity accounting in Australian agriculture: The need for cost-informed decision-making
Primary producers need strategies and tools to assist in monitoring water use with a view to improving physical and financial productivity. The purpose of this research is to integrate farmerExpand
Selective uptake and sensing of nitrate in poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)
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It is reported for the first time the NO3− selectivity of the inherently conducting polymer poly (3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) when PEDOT thin films are exposed to an aqueous environment containing not onlyNO3−, but a mixture of other ions present in concentrations typical of real agricultural soil. Expand
Surface and Subsurface Nitrate Flow Pathways on a Watershed Scale
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The impact that subsurface stratigraphy can have on water and nitrate (NO3-N) fluxes exiting agricultural lands, even when soil properties, yield distributions, and climate are similar is demonstrated. Expand
Relationship between structure/properties of vapour deposited PEDOT and sensitivity to passive nitrate doping
Abstract The ability to sense and monitor aspects of a process or environment is becoming of utmost importance as digital technology integrates into our daily lives. This is true for agricultureExpand
An Innovative Approach for Locating and Evaluating Subsurface Pathways for Nitrogen Loss
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The spatial location of some preferential flow pathways for chemicals exiting these agricultural watersheds to the neighboring ecosystems have been identified and confirmation of the pathways is via examination of patterns in yield monitor data and remote sensing imagery. Expand
Use of TriSCAN for Measurement of Water and Salinity in the Soil Profile
Salinity is a major challenge to sustainable land use globally. To manage secondary salinity from farming systems that leak water and fertilizer, a new capacitance sensor called TriSCAN has beenExpand
The importance of accounting-integrated information systems for realising productivity and sustainability in the agricultural sector
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A model of integrated accounting and agricultural information systems is developed, drawing on a ‘fads and fashions’ framework, which demonstrates how accounting information can be the key for improved water productivity, profitability and agricultural sustainability. Expand
Real-time 2D visualization of soil fertilizer dynamics in potatoes using a multi-sensor capacitance probe array
The use of intensive soil water monitoring with multiple-depth sensor arrays in representative soil volumes can indicate plant water usage rates in the broader scale. Multiple Sentek TriSCAN soilExpand
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