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Precision farming, website infrastructure evaluate, hydrologic tracking, and environmental investigations — those are only a couple of present and strength makes use of of near-surface geophysical tools in agriculture. Responding to the transforming into call for for this know-how, the guide of Agricultural Geophysics provides a transparent, concise evaluate of near-surface geophysical tools that may be utilized in agriculture and gives distinctive descriptions of events during which those ideas were hired.
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1–45, 1977. 1). 8) where a is the interelectrode spacing (m). The equations for other electrode configurations can be found in Dobrin (1960), Telford et al. (1990), and Burger (1992). The volume of measurement of the Wenner array is relatively large and includes all the soil between the inner pair of electrodes from the soil surface to a depth equal to roughly the interelectrode spacing. 2 illustrates the volume of measurement. For a homogeneous soil, the volume of measurement is approximately πa3.