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MOISST 2014 Presentations

Here are pdf versions of the presentations given at "The 2014 Workshop at MOISST: Advancing Soil Moisture Science and Applications", June 4-5, 2014, at Stillwater, Oklahoma.


Name Institution Presentation Title
M. Can Vuran
University of Nebraska
Wireless underground sensor networks for obstruction-free and permanent soil moisture monitoring
Trenton Franz
University of Nebraska
Understanding the cosmic-ray neutron sensor calibration function
Steve Evett
USDA-ARS, Bushland, TX
Precipitation, irrigation and crop growth signals in COSMOS data
Jianzhi Dong
TU Delft
Soil moisture estimation using passive DTS: Theory and field appication
Chadi Sayde
Oregon State University
Soil moisture estimation using active DTS at MOISST
Steven Quiring
Texas A&M Univerity
The North American Soil Moisture Database: Its development and applications
Trent Ford
Texas A&M University
Understanding the relationships between near-surface and root zone soil moisture
Todd Caldwell
University of Texas
Soil moisture, drought, and water resources in Texas
J.D. Carlson
Oklahoma State University
Weather and soil moisture impacts on large Oklahoma wildfires from 2000-2012
Briana Sallee
Oklahoma State University
Estimating groundwater recharge using soil moisture data
Andres Patrignani
Oklahoma State University
Model-data synthesis for predicting soil moisture under cropland
Duncan Wilson
Oklahoma State University
Soil moisture dynamics in a semi-humid grassland to forest transition zone
Evan Coopersmith
USDA-ARS, Beltsville, MD
Multi-scale soil moisture model calibration and validation
Mike Cosh
USDA-ARS, Beltsville, MD
The Soil Moisture Active Passive-Marena, Oklahoma, In Situ Sensor Testbed (SMAP-MOISST): Design and initial results
Jeff Basara and Pradeep Wagle
University of Oklahoma
Integrated grassland observing systems at Marena and El Reno
Patrick Starks
USDA-ARS soil moisture monitoring in Oklahoma
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