Evaluating Soil Moisture Status Using an e-Nose
AbstractThe possibility of distinguishing different soil moisture levels by electronic nose (e-nose) was studied. Ten arable soils of various types were investigated. The measurements were performed for air-dry (AD) soils stored for one year, then moistened to field water capacity and finally dried within a period of 180 days. The volatile fingerprints changed during the course of drying. At the end of the drying cycle, the fingerprints were similar to those of the initial AD soils. Principal component analysis (PCA) and artificial neural network (ANN) analysis showed that e-nose results can be used to distinguish soil moisture. It was also shown that different soils can give different e-nose signals at the same moistures. View Full-Text
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Bieganowski, A.; Jaromin-Glen, K.; Guz, Ł.; Łagód, G.; Jozefaciuk, G.; Franus, W.; Suchorab, Z.; Sobczuk, H. Evaluating Soil Moisture Status Using an e-Nose. Sensors 2016, 16, 886.
Bieganowski A, Jaromin-Glen K, Guz Ł, Łagód G, Jozefaciuk G, Franus W, Suchorab Z, Sobczuk H. Evaluating Soil Moisture Status Using an e-Nose. Sensors. 2016; 16(6):886.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bieganowski, Andrzej; Jaromin-Glen, Katarzyna; Guz, Łukasz; Łagód, Grzegorz; Jozefaciuk, Grzegorz; Franus, Wojciech; Suchorab, Zbigniew; Sobczuk, Henryk. 2016. "Evaluating Soil Moisture Status Using an e-Nose." Sensors 16, no. 6: 886.
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