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Soil Moisture Datasets Become Fertile Ground for Applications

Installation and maintenance of in situ soil moisture sensors

Installation and maintenance of in situ soil moisture sensors require extensive fieldwork. Here Ruzbeh Akbar installs sensors at a SoilSCAPE site in California. (Photo Credit: University of Southern California’s SoilSCAPE project)

An update on the ORNL DAAC's Soil Moisture Visualizer (SMV) is featured in AGU's Eos, Earth & Space Science News.

AirMOSS L2/3 Soil Moisture Updated

Soil moisture estimates at the Walnut Gulch site, Arizona

Soil moisture estimates at the Walnut Gulch site, Arizona, reveal a dry soil surface, but considerably more moisture at 45 cm depth.

A new version of the AirMOSS root zone soil moisture data product is now available.

Soil Moisture Visualizer

Soil Moisture Visualizer

Screenshot of the map portion of the Soil Moisture Visualizer

The ORNL DAAC'S Soil Moisture Visualizer offers numerous soil moisture data sets via a single graphical interface.

Level 4 Soil Moisture Estimates for AirMOSS sites

Modeled surface (0 - 10 cm) soil moisture at the Metolius site, Oregon, at midnight on Feb. 25, 2014.

Modeled surface (0 - 10 cm) soil moisture at the Metolius site, Oregon, at midnight on Feb. 25, 2014.

A new dataset provides an hourly, gridded soil moisture product for nine AirMOSS sites.

Net Ecosystem Exchange estimates from AirMOSS

Estimated continental-scale Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) of CO2 in February 2012.

Estimated continental-scale Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) of CO2 in February 2012.

AirMOSS data provide daily estimates of Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) at seven Fluxnet sites, and hourly and monthly estimates for the whole North American region.

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