Google Fusion Tables for Managing Soil Moisture Sensor Observations

@article{Yue2014GoogleFT,
  title={Google Fusion Tables for Managing Soil Moisture Sensor Observations},
  author={Peng Yue and Liangcun Jiang and Lei Hu},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={4414-4421}
}
Soil moisture plays a significant role in both water and energy cycles. It is important to manage and analyze in situ sensor observations of soil moisture due to its impacts on agricultural and hydrological processes. Google Fusion Tables (GFT) is a cloud computing database that provides a service on the Web for data management and integration. Using GFT for managing soil moisture sensor observations, it is possible to take advantages of GFT for collaborative management, on-the-fly… CONTINUE READING

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