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Posters SSS11.4

SSS11.4

Sampling, Sensing, and Digital Soil Mapping
Convener: Beate Zimmermann  | Co-Conveners: Peter Dietrich , Gilles Grandjean , Andreas Papritz , R M Lark , Alexandra Kravchenko , Ulrike Werban 
Orals
 / Mon, 28 Apr, 15:30–17:15  / Room B6
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Monday, 28 April 2014, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Beate Zimmermann
B106
EGU2014-335
Which sampling design to monitor saturated hydraulic conductivity?
Sibylle Hassler, Murray Lark, Beate Zimmermann, and Helmut Elsenbeer

B107
EGU2014-948 | presentation
Mapping soil texture classes and optimization of the result by accuracy assessment
Annamária LABORCZI, Katalin TAKÁCS, Zsófia BAKACSI, József SZABÓ, and László PÁSZTOR

B108
EGU2014-1956
Optimal design criteria - prediction vs. parameter estimation
Helmut Waldl

B109
EGU2014-2196
Implications of the field sampling procedure of the LUCAS Topsoil Survey for uncertainty in soil organic carbon concentrations.
R M Lark, B G Rawlins, and T A Lark

B110
EGU2014-3083
Designing a national soil erosion monitoring network for England and Wales
Murray Lark, Barry Rawlins, Karen Anderson, Martin Evans, Luke Farrow, Miriam Glendell, Mike James, Jane Rickson, Timothy Quine, John Quinton, and Richard Brazier

B111
EGU2014-3360
137Cs re-sampling as a method for soil erosion assessment in Alpine grasslands
Laura Arata, Katrin Meusburger, Nicole Bissig, Lionel Mabit, and Christine Alewell

B112
EGU2014-3896
Mapping tillage operations over peri-urban croplands using a synchronous SPOT4/ASAR ENVISAT pair and soil roughness measurements
Emmanuelle Vaudour, Nicolas Baghdadi, and Jean-Marc Gilliot

B113
EGU2014-3948
Potential of very high spatial resolution Pleiades images for discriminating between crops at early growth stage and bare agricultural soils
Emmanuelle Vaudour, Paul-Emile Noirot-Cosson, Olivier Membrive, and Dalila Hadjar

B114
EGU2014-5017
The creation of a digital soil map for Cyprus using decision-tree classification techniques
Corrado Camera, Zomenia Zomeni, Adriana Bruggeman, Joy Noller, and Andreas Zissimos

B115
EGU2014-5644
Landform segmentation for digital soil mapping
Fabian E. Gruber, Jasmin Baruck, Martin Rutzinger, and Clemens Geitner

B116
EGU2014-7310 | presentation
Introduction of digital soil mapping techniques for the nationwide regionalization of soil condition in Hungary; the first results of the DOSoReMI.hu (Digital, Optimized, Soil Related Maps and Information in Hungary) project
László Pásztor, Annamária Laborczi, Gábor Szatmári, Katalin Takács, Zsófia Bakacsi, József Szabó, and Endre Dobos

B117
EGU2014-9001
Application of laboratory reflectance spectroscopy to target and map expansive soils: example of the western Loiret, France
Audrey Hohmann, Grégory Dufréchou, Gilles Grandjean, and Anne Bourguignon

B118
EGU2014-10599
Optimizing the monitoring scheme for groundwater quality in the Lusatian mining region
Beate Zimmermann, Christian Hildmann, and Michael Haubold-Rosar

B119
EGU2014-12046
Mapping saturated hydraulic conductivity in the presence of deterministic trends
Alexander Zimmermann and Beate Zimmermann

B120
EGU2014-12305
Mapping SOC content and bulk density of a disturbed peatland relict with electromagnetic induction and DEM data
Daniel Altdorff, Michel Bechtold, Jan van der Kruk, Bärbel Tiemeyer, Christian von Hebel, and Johan Alexander Huisman

B121
EGU2014-12780
Spatial prediction of potential wetlands at the French national scale based on hydroecoregions stratification and inference modelling.
Lionel Berthier, Lubomira Guzmova, Bertrand Laroche, Sébastien Lehmann, Hervé Squivident, Manuel Martin, Jean-Philippe Chenu, Emmanuel Thiry, Blandine Lemercier, Marion Bardy, Philippe Mérot, and Christian Walter

B122
EGU2014-14968
Which soil carbon characteristic is the best for assessing management differences? View from statistical power perspective
Moslem Ladoni and Sasha Kravchenko