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Sign up for webinar "Application of Geophysical Methods to Agriculture: Methods Employed"

Dr. Larisa Golovko (President of Landviser, LLC) will be presenting "Geophysical Methods of Electrical Resistivity and Self-Potential in Agriculture" in first of 



Agricultural Geophysics Webinar Series: "Application of Geophysical Methods to Agriculture: Methods Employed"

A live webinar on the application of geophysics to agriculture will be offered on:

Tuesday, February 18, 2014, from 3pm - 4:30pm EST
(2:00 - 3:30 CST, 1:00 - 2:30 MST, 12:00 - 1:30 PST)

This first in a series of agricultural geophysics webinars will focus on the near-surface geophysical methods presently being used for agricultural purposes, which include resistivity, self-potential, electromagnetic induction, ground penetrating radar, dielectric sensors, VIS/NIR/MIR spectrometry, gamma ray spectrometry, mechanical soil compaction sensors, and ion selective potentiometry. Five presenters will provide a short overview of agricultural geophysical methods during the first 30 minutes of the webinar. The last hour of the webinar will be devoted to a panel discussion with the presenters, who will answer questions from the audience.

There will be no cost for participating in this webinar; however, since enrollment may be limited, participants will need to register at (once operational) in order to obtain webinar login details. Extended versions of the presentations (approximately 20 minutes each) in PowerPoint format, along with a YouTube video link for the presentations, will be posted at Participants will also have the opportunity submit questions to the presenters prior to the webinar through the website. Those from both the geophysical and agricultural communities will benefit from this webinar and are therefore encouraged to participate.

You can view ~20 min video of all presentations at YouTube channel now:

Please contact Barry Allred at if you would like more information on the upcoming agricultural geophysics webinar!


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