Use of Geostatistics in Designing Sampling Strategies for Soil Survey

@inproceedings{Di2002UseOG,
  title={Use of Geostatistics in Designing Sampling Strategies for Soil Survey},
  author={Hong J. Di and Bruce Trangmar and Robert Alan Kemp},
  year={2002}
}
Semivariograms are used to quantitatively assess spatial variability of depth to mottles, depth to gravels, and thickness of loamy sand and/or coarser-textured layers, which are definitive criteria for classification of soils derived from alluvium on the Canterbury Plains near Lincoln College, New Zealand. The three properties vary anisotropically with the anisotropy ratio being highest for depth to mottles (k — 5.84), lowest for thickness of loamy sand and/or coarser-textured layers (k = 1.58… CONTINUE READING

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