ASU Scholarship Showcase
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- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- 1 Franz, T. E.
- 1 Gober, Patricia
- 1 Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
- 1 Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
- 1 Mascaro, Giuseppe
- 1 School of Earth and Space Exploration
- 1 School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
- 1 School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
- 1 Schreiner-McGraw, Adam
- 1 Vivoni, Enrique
- 1 Wheater, H. S.
- 2 English
- 2 Text
- 2 Public
Soil moisture dynamics reflect the complex interactions of meteorological conditions with soil, vegetation and terrain properties. In this study, intermediate-scale soil moisture estimates from the cosmic-ray neutron sensing (CRNS) method are evaluated for two semiarid ecosystems in the southwestern United States: a mesquite savanna at the Santa Rita Experimental Range (SRER) and a mixed shrubland at the Jornada Experimental Range (JER). Evaluations of the CRNS method are performed for small watersheds instrumented with a distributed sensor network consisting of soil moisture sensor profiles, an eddy covariance tower, and runoff flumes used to close the water balance. We found a very …
- Schreiner-McGraw, Adam, Vivoni, Enrique, Mascaro, Giuseppe, et al.
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While there is a popular perception that Canada is a water-rich country, the Saskatchewan River basin (SRB) in Western Canada exemplifies the multiple threats to water security seen worldwide. It is Canada's major food-producing region and home to globally significant natural resource development. The SRB faces current water challenges stemming from (1) a series of extreme events, including major flood and drought events since the turn of the 21st century, (2) full allocation of existing water resources in parts of the basin, (3) rapid population growth and economic development, (4) increasing pollution, and (5) fragmented and overlapping governance that includes …
- Gober, Patricia, Wheater, H. S., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, et al.
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