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Marena, Oklahoma In Situ Sensor Testbed (MOISST)

Overview of the Marena, Oklahoma, In Situ Sensor Testbed (MOISST) and the annual MOISST workshops.

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The Marena, Oklahoma In Situ Sensor Testbed (MOISST) was established in 2010 to evaluate and compare existing and emerging in situ and proximal sensing technologies for soil moisture monitoring.  The project is led by Mike Cosh (USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Beltsville, MD) and Tyson Ochsner and involves leading researchers from around the world.

 

MOISST Project Description

 

MOISST Data Streams:

COSMOS

GPS-IR

Phenocam

 

The 2017 Workshop at MOISST: Integrating Diverse Sources of Soil Moisture Information

(click here for agenda and presentations) 

2017 MOISST workshop group photo

 

The 2016 Workshop at MOISST: The Growing Science of Soil Moisture Sensing

(click here for agendapresentations, posters, and photos)

2016 MOISST workshop group photo


The 2015 Workshop at MOISST: The Dawn of the Soil Moisture Information Age? 

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2015 group photo


2014 MOISST Workshop (click here for agenda and presentations)2014 MOISST workshop participants


2013 MOISST Workshop (click here for agenda):

2013 MOISST Workshop Photo

 

2012 MOISST Workshop (click here for agenda):

2012 MOISST Workshop Photo

 

 2011 MOISST Workshop (click here for agenda):

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