Journal Paper Digests 2021 #39

  • Reducing the number of experiments required for modelling the hydrocracking process with kriging through Bayesian transfer learning
  • Response-adaptive rerandomization
  • Comparison of Cornell sprinkle infiltrometer and double-ring infiltrometer methods for measuring steady infiltration rate
  • Enhancing the mechanical and hydraulic properties of coarse quartz sand using a water-soluble hydrogel based on bacterial alginate for novel application in agricultural contexts
  • Predicting rootzone soil moisture from surface observations in cropland using an exponential filter
  • An adapted Weibull function for agricultural applications
  • Influence of cropping system and soil type on soil health
  • Soil properties sensitive to degradation caused by increasing intensity of conventional tillage
  • Enacting theories of change for food systems transformation under climate change

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #38

  • The role of public-private partnerships in improving global food security
  • Improved accuracy and reduced uncertainty in greenhouse gas inventories by refining the IPCC emission factor for direct N2O emissions from nitrogen inputs to managed soils
  • Achievable agricultural soil carbon sequestration across Europe from country-specific estimates
  • Mapping soil microbial residence time at the global scale

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #37

  • Potential of visible-near infrared spectroscopy for the determination of three soil aggregate stability indices
  • Minimising the effect of moisture on soil property prediction accuracy using external parameter orthogonalization
  • The trajectory of soil development and its relationship to soil carbon dynamics
  • Estimating soil organic carbon stock change at multiple scales using machine learning and multivariate geostatistics
  • Land-based measures to mitigate climate change: Potential and feasibility by country

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #38

  • Response of global farmland soil organic carbon to nitrogen application over time depends on soil type

Journal Paper Digests 2021 #37

  • A transfer function to predict soil surface reflectance from laboratory soil spectral libraries
  • Using carbonate absorbance peak to select the most suitable regression model before predicting soil inorganic carbon concentration by mid-infrared reflectance spectroscopy
  • Monitoring soil organic matter on grassland farms: An exploratory analysis
  • An integrated approach for the evaluation of quantitative soil maps through Taylor and solar diagrams
  • Achieving joint calibration of soil Vis-NIR spectra across instruments, soil types and properties by an attention-based spectra encoding-spectra/property decoding architecture
  • Bayesian approach for sample size determination, illustrated with Soil Health Card data of Andhra Pradesh (India)
  • Quantification of soil organic carbon at regional scale: Benefits of fusing vis-NIR and MIR diffuse reflectance data are greater for in situ than for laboratory-based modelling approaches
  • The effectiveness of digital soil mapping with temporal variables in modeling soil organic carbon changes
  • Statistical inference for trends in spatiotemporal data
  • Predicting Characteristics of the Water Cycle From Scaling Relationships
  • Soil Classification: A New Approach for Grouping Soils Using Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity Data
  • The Abuse of Popular Performance Metrics in Hydrologic Modeling
  • Sequestration of soil carbon by burying it deeper within the profile: A theoretical exploration of three possible mechanisms
  • How farmers approach soil carbon sequestration? Lessons learned from 105 carbon-farming plans