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Ph.D. Dissertation Defense – Mitchell Maguire

Leveraging Unmanned Aerial System Remote Sensing to Inform Energy and Water Balance Models for Spatial Soil Water Content Monitoring and Irrigation Management

9:00 am
Chase Hall Room: 219
3605 Fair St
Lincoln NE 68503
Additional Info: CHA
Christopher Neale, (402) 472-5145,
Irrigation has provided a means to produce more food and fiber throughout the world, converting low-producing land into high-yielding cropping systems in certain scenarios. The managing of irrigation has taken on various approaches as different locations are constrained by different factors. Certain areas have significant ground and surface water available for irrigation while other areas struggle to meet irrigation demands due to limited water resources. These factors along with the desire to increase crop water use efficiency provides the motivation to better understand crop water demands spatially within a field.

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This event originated in Biological Systems Engineering.