Journal Paper Digests 2021 #21

  • Soil organic carbon estimation using VNIR-SWIR spectroscopy: The effect of multiple sensors and scanning conditions
  • Using ground-penetrating radar to investigate the thickness of mollic epipedons developed from loessial parent material
  • Evaluating validation strategies on the performance of soil property prediction from regional to continental spectral data
  • Digital soil maps can perform as well as large-scale conventional soil maps for the prediction of catchment baseflows
  • Estimation of root zone soil moisture from ground and remotely sensed soil information with multisensor data fusion and automated machine learning

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #22

  • Responses of soil carbon and nitrogen cycles to the physical influences of rock fragment in soils
  • A review on the possible factors influencing soil inorganic carbon under elevated CO2
  • Development of functions to predict soil hydraulic properties that account for solution sodicity and salinity
  • Identification of minerals in subtropical soils with different textural classes by VIS-NIR-SWIR reflectance spectroscopy
  • A rapid qualitative methodology for ecological integrity assessment across a Mediterranean island’s landscapes
  • A framework for ecosystem service assessment using GIS interoperability standards

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #20

  • One size does not fit all: Toward regional conservation practice guidance to reduce phosphorus loss risk in the Lake Erie watershed
  • Regional ensemble modeling reduces uncertainty for digital soil mapping
  • The Concept, Practice, Application and Results of Locally Based Monitoring of the Environment
  • Connecting Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches in Environmental Observing
  • The Use of Digital Platforms for Community-Based Monitoring
  • Amalgamation and harmonization of soil survey reports into a multi-purpose database
  • Multisensor fusion of remotely sensed vegetation indices using space-time dynamic linear models
  • Do soil health tests match farmer experience? Assessing biological, physical, and chemical indicators in the Upper Midwest United States
  • Evaluating three calibration transfer methods for predictions of soil properties using mid-infrared spectroscopy
  • Continuous in situ soil nitrate sensors: The importance of high-resolution measurements across time and a comparison with salt extraction-based methods
  • Bayesian-based time-varying multivariate drought risk and its dynamics in a changing environment
  • Transferring Hydrologic Data Across Continents - Leveraging Data-Rich Regions to Improve Hydrologic Prediction in Data-Sparse Regions

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #19

  • Evaluating the benefits of chlorophyll fluorescence for in-season crop productivity forecasting
  • Different climate sensitivity of particulate and mineral-associated soil organic matter
  • Effect of missing data on short time series and their application in the characterization of surface temperature by detrended fluctuation analysis
  • Decomposition of multivariate spatial data into latent factors
  • Prediction of various soil properties for a national spatial dataset of Scottish soils based on four different chemometric approaches: A comparison of near infrared and mid-infrared spectroscopy

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #18

  • Simultaneously estimating surface soil moisture and roughness of bare soils by combining optical and radar data
  • The economics of liming in arable crop rotations: analysis of the 35-year Rothamsted and Woburn liming experiments
  • An integrated spatial econometric approach in valuing soil conservation using contingent valuation
  • Governing climate risks in the face of normative uncertainties