Pedometrics Forums 10 PM challenges Can we better understand proximal soil sensing signals

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    [Proposed by Gerard Heuvelink] Can we better understand proximal soil sensing signals and link these directly to soil functions and applications?

    How well do we understand the physics that causes variation in proximal soil sensing signals and can we model the underlying mechanisms? And if we can, may we then discover that these signals reflect highly relevant soil properties, perhaps more relevant than traditional wet chemistry soil properties? Why do we still link proximal soil sensing signals first to traditional soil properties and only in a second stage to soil functions? For example, why don’t we link proximal soil sensing signals directly to soil fertility and soil degradation?

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