Improving Map Accuracy of Soil Variables Using Soil Electrical Conductivity as a Covariate

@article{Tarr2005ImprovingMA,
  title={Improving Map Accuracy of Soil Variables Using Soil Electrical Conductivity as a Covariate},
  author={Alison B. Tarr and Kenneth J. Moore and Donald Bullock and Philip M. Dixon and Charles Lee Burras},
  journal={Precision Agriculture},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={255-270}
}
Accurate characterization of soil properties across a field can be difficult, especially when compounded with the diverse landscapes used for pastureland. Indirect methods of data collection have the advantage of being rapid, noninvasive, and dense; they may improve mapping accuracy of selected soil parameters. The objective of this study was to determine if the use of soil electrical conductivity (EC) as a covariate improved mapping accuracy of five soil variables across four sampling schemes… CONTINUE READING
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