29 November 2012 by Leo Rivera
For water potential geeks—and regular people who want beautiful SWCC—Leo Rivera, of Decagon Devices, will teach ninja skills needed to create a soil water characteristic curve with wet end tensiometer data (Hyprop) and dry end dewpoint data (WP4C) that actually match up in the middle.
These techniques will probably make it possible for you to push your instruments past their specifications and get what Decagon Research Scientist Doug Cobos calls “some pretty phenomenal data.”
We’ll take a look at issues surrounding these measurements, including the effects of hysteresis and changes in sample prep methods required when you move into the wet range.
Title: Water Potential 301 - How to Push Your Instruments Past Their Specifications
Presenter: Leo Rivera, Hydrology and Water Potential Product Manager at Decagon Devices, Inc.
Time: Thursday, November 29, 2012. 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PST
Register here. Space is limited.
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