The scaling issue remains one of the largest problems in soil
science and hydrology. This book is a unique compendium of ideas,
conceptual approaches, techniques, and methodologies for scaling
soil physical properties. Scaling Methods in Soil Physics covers
many methods of scaling that will be useful in helping scientists
across a range of soil-related disciplines. The first single-source
reference in this developing field, the text will help readers
develop a greater understanding of how to interpret remote sensing
data, delineate management zones in agricultural fields, and
estimate water yield and geochemical fluxes in watersheds, among
other applications. The authors present the state-of-the-art in
addressing the fundamental scale-bridging problem and provide case
studies crossing several levels of scale hierarchy. Scaling Methods
in Soil Physics offers novel approaches based on geostatistics,
artificial intelligence, wavelet transforms, fractal theory,
soil-landscape relationships, computer simulations, and advances in
theories of scale developed and tested to facilitate the use of
soil physics data in a wide variety of soil/land/earth-related
|Country of origin:
• David E. Radcliffe
• H.Magdi Selim
||Electronic book text
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