An Adaptive Weighting Algorithm for Interpolating the Soil Potassium Content

@inproceedings{Liu2016AnAW,
  title={An Adaptive Weighting Algorithm for Interpolating the Soil Potassium Content},
  author={Wei Liu and Peijun Du and Zhuowen Zhao and Lianpeng Zhang},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
The concept of spatial interpolation is important in the soil sciences. However, the use of a single global interpolation model is often limited by certain conditions (e.g., terrain complexity), which leads to distorted interpolation results. Here we present a method of adaptive weighting combined environmental variables for soil properties interpolation (AW-SP) to improve accuracy. Using various environmental variables, AW-SP was used to interpolate soil potassium content in Qinghai Lake Basin… CONTINUE READING

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