Corpus ID: 1916

Life Under Your Feet: An End-to-End Soil Ecology Sensor Network, Database, Web Server, and Analysis Service

@article{Szlavecz2007LifeUY,
  title={Life Under Your Feet: An End-to-End Soil Ecology Sensor Network, Database, Web Server, and Analysis Service},
  author={K. Szlavecz and A. Terzis and S. Ozer and Razvan Musaloiu-Elefteri and J. Cogan and Sam Small and R. Burns and J. Gray and A. Szalay},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2007},
  volume={abs/cs/0701170}
}
  • K. Szlavecz, A. Terzis, +6 authors A. Szalay
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Wireless sensor networks can revolutionize soil ecology by providing measurements at temporal and spatial granularities previously impossible. This paper presents a soil monitoring system we developed and deployed at an urban forest in Baltimore as a first step towards realizing this vision. Motes in this network measure and save soil moisture and temperature in situ every minute. Raw measurements are periodically retrieved by a sensor gateway and stored in a central database where calibrated… CONTINUE READING
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