The use of visible and near‐infrared spectroscopy for the analysis of soil water repellency

@article{Kim2014TheUO,
  title={The use of visible and near‐infrared spectroscopy for the analysis of soil water repellency},
  author={Inhea Kim and R. R. Pullanagari and M. Deurer and Ranvir Singh and K. Huh and B. Clothier},
  journal={European Journal of Soil Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={360-368}
}
Summary This study investigated the potential of visible/near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (Vis-NIRS) to predict soil water repellency (SWR). The top 40 mm of soils (n = 288) across 48 sites under pastoral land-use in the North Island of New Zealand, which represented 10 soil orders and covered five classes of drought proneness, were analysed by standard laboratory methods and Vis-NIRS. Soil WR was measured by using the molarity of ethanol droplet (MED) and the water drop penetration… Expand
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