Journal Paper Digests 2019 #9

  • Effect of Macroporosity on Pedotransfer Function Estimates at the Field Scale
  • Combining Visible-Near-Infrared and Pedotransfer Functions for Parameterization of Tile Drain Flow Simulations
  • Meteoric Beryllium-10 as a Tracer of Erosion Due to Postsettlement Land Use in West-Central Minnesota, USA
  • Normalized difference vegetation change index: A technique for detecting vegetation changes using Landsat imagery
  • Evaluating the utilization of the red edge and radar bands from sentinel sensors for wetland classification
  • Extreme Pedology: Elements of Theory and Methodological Approaches
  • Climate change does not alter land-use effects on soil fauna communities
  • Global environmental changes impact soil hydraulic functions through biophysical feedbacks
  • Spatial early warning signals for impending regime shifts: A practical framework for application in real-world landscapes

Journal Paper Digests 2019 #8

  • Comparing Visible-Near-Infrared Spectroscopy and a Pedotransfer Function for Predicting the Dry Region of the Soil-Water Retention Curve
  • Climate damages and adaptation potential across diverse sectors of the United States

Journal Paper Digests 2019 #7

  • Viewing Agricultural Water Management Through a Systems Analysis Lens
  • A Game Theory Warning to Blind Drivers Playing Chicken With Public Goods
  • Parameter Analysis and Estimates for the MODIS Evapotranspiration Algorithm and Multiscale Verification
  • Linking cropland ecosystem services to microbiome taxonomic composition and functional composition in a sandy loam soil with 28-year organic and inorganic fertilizer regimes
  • Drought-induced decline of productivity in the dominant grassland species Lolium perenne L. depends on soil type and prevailing climatic conditions
  • Distinct pattern of nitrogen functional gene abundances in top- and subsoils along a 120,000-year ecosystem development gradient
  • Separation of geochemical anomalies from the sample data of unknown distribution population using Gaussian mixture model
  • Boundary modeling with moving least squares
  • Plant available water in saline soils - revisited
  • Predicting nitrogen mineralisation in Australian irrigated cotton cropping systems
  • High precision tracing of soil and sediment movement using fluorescent tracers at hillslope scale
  • The implications of bias correction methods and climate model ensembles on soil erosion projections under climate change
  • Hillslope and point based soil erosion - an evaluation of a Landscape Evolution Model
  • A space-time observation system for soil moisture in agricultural landscapes
  • Uncertainty assessment of GlobalSoilMap soil available water capacity products: A French case study
  • Probability mapping of soil thickness by random survival forest at a national scale

Journal Paper Digests 2019 #6

  • Prominence of the tropics in the recent rise of global nitrogen pollution
  • Estimation of Surface Soil Moisture With Downscaled Land Surface Temperatures Using a Data Fusion Approach for Heterogeneous Agricultural Land
  • Characterization of contamination levels of heavy metals in agricultural soils using geochemical baseline concentrations
  • Building Ecological Resilience in Highly Modified Landscapes
  • Robust soil mapping at the farm scale with vis-NIR spectroscopy
  • Lanthanides in granulometric fractions of Mediterranean soils. Can they be used as fingerprints of provenance?
  • A novel hierarchical clustering analysis method based on Kullback-Leibler divergence and application on dalaimiao geochemical exploration data
  • Can alternative cropping systems mitigate nitrogen losses and improve GHG balance? Results from a 19-yr experiment in Northern France

You have an existing collection of sample data from a given spatial domain. You want to collect some new samples from this spatial domain, but want to do so in consideration of your existing samples rather than just treating it as a clean slate. Read on to find out about a few approaches on how you might do this.