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10 November 2003 A soil moisture monitoring sensorweb demonstration in the context of integrated Earth sensing
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This paper describes work towards building an integrated Earth sensing capability, in particular the demonstration of a prototype in-situ sensorweb in autonomous remote operation in the context of soil moisture monitoring. A five-node prototype sensorweb was deployed and tested at Bratt's Lake Station in Saskatchewan. The sensorweb operated autonomously and standard meterological parameters and soil moisture measurements were accessed remotely via satellite from the Integrated Earth Sensing Workstation (IESW) at the Canada Centre for Remote Sensing in Ottawa. The paper reports on the prototype sensorweb deployment in general and on soil moisture measurements in particular.
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Philippe M. Teillet, Robert P. Gauthier, Gunar Fedosejevs, Matthew Maloley, Alexander Chichagov, and Gino Ainsley "A soil moisture monitoring sensorweb demonstration in the context of integrated Earth sensing", Proc. SPIE 5151, Earth Observing Systems VIII, (10 November 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.504569
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