Webinar Series Rationale
Geophysical methods are becoming increasingly important tools for agriculture. Therefore, a series of webinars are being organized that will present various topics related to the use of near-surface geophysical methods in agriculture. Those from both the geophysical and agricultural communities will benefit from these webinars and are therefore encouraged to participate. The overall goal of the presentations and discussions that comprise the webinar series is to promote and advance the application of near-surface geophysics within agricultural settings.
Focus and Format of Webinar #1
The focus of the first webinar is on the near-surface geophysical methods presently being used for agricultural purposes, which include resistivity, self-potential, electromagnetic induction, ground-penetrating radar, dielectric sensors, VIS/NIR/MIR spectrometry, gamma ray spectrometry, mechanical soil compaction sensors, and ion selective potentiometry.
This webinar is scheduled for:
For the first webinar, five presenters will provide a short overview of agricultural geophysical methods during the first 30 minutes.
The last hour of the webinar will be devoted to a panel discussion with the presenters, who will answer questions from the audience.
One week prior to the webinar, extended versions of the presentations (approximately 20 minutes each) can be accessed via YouTube from the Presentations page of this website.
There will be no cost for participating in this webinar; however, since the number of participants may be limited, those interested in viewing and listening to the webinar will need to enroll on the Registration page of this website.
Submit A Question or Comment
After viewing and listening to the extended presentations, participants will also have the opportunity submit comments and questions to the presenters prior to the webinar through the Comments and Questions page of this website. Comments and questions for the presenters can likewise be submitted online during the last hour of the webinar.
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