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Soil Moisture - SM
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    • Soil moisture is an important component in many hydrologic and land-atmosphere interactions. Understanding the spatial and temporal nature of soil moisture on the mesoscale is vital to determine the influence that land surface processes have on the atmosphere. Recognizing the need for improved in situ soil moisture measurements, the Oklahoma Mesonet, an automated network of 116 remote meteorological stations across Oklahoma, installed Campbell Scientific 229-L devices to measure soil moisture conditions...

    Bradley G. Illstonet al. Mesoscale Monitoring of Soil Moisture across a Statewide Network

    • Soil moisture is an importance parameter in several fields such as hydrology, agriculture and weather. It can be estimated using backscattering coefficients from the radar system. This study applied Oh model and Delta Index method to the PALSAR polarimetric mode data for soil moisture estimation. Oh model can provide both the volumetric soil moisture and the surface roughness using the backscattering coefficients of multi-polarization...

    Seishiro KIBE. Soil Moisture Estimation using Polarimetric SAR Data

    • Soil moisture is a governing parameter in many complex environmental processes from the disciplines of meteorology, hydrology and agriculture. Since rainfall is partitioned into runoff and infiltration, the soil moisture content allows for direct information on further infiltration capability and expected runoff behavior. Spatial and temporal soil moisture variability are thus important factors to be included into predictive agricultural, hydrological and climate models. Furthermore, long term soil moisture pattern analyses can support the derivation of regional trends...

    C. Kuenzeret al. TREND ANALYSES OF A GLOBAL SOIL MOISTURE TIME SERIES DERIVED FROM ERS-...

    • Soil moisture is an important parameter in environmental processes. In the fields of meteorology, hydrology and agriculture soil moisture is one of the driving factors for the distribution of rainfall into runoff or infiltration and is therefore one of the key parameters in most hydrological models. Therefore, spatial distributed soil moisture data with high temporal resolution could be considered as a valuable information source for model parameterization and validation...

    Cornelia Scheffleret al. EFFECTIVENESS OF C-BANDSCATTEROMETER FOR HYDROLOGICAL TASKS

    • Soil moisture is an important parameter for many applications, such as global change/water cycle studies and the site-specific farming. However, due to many technical difficulties, to measure soil moisture or land water content over a large scaled field remains as an unsolved problem...

    Ji Wuet al. Microwave Remote Sensing Technologies for Soil Moisture Measurement

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