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Sub-Surface Sensing 
Ground-penetrating radar and electromagnetic induction for mapping and exploration.


Recent Publications

Geophysical Methods Allred, B., V. Adamchuk, R. Rossel, J. Doolittle, R. S. Freeland, K. Grote, and D. Corwin.  2016.  Encyclopedia of Soil Science, Third Edition, Chesworth, W. (Ed.). (2008). Encyclopedia of soil science (Vol. 207). Berlin: Springer.

Interpolation and Data Collection Error Sources for Electromagnetic Induction-Soil Conductivity Mapping.  Wilson, R. C., R. S. Freeland, J. B. Wilkerson, and W. E. Hart.  2005.  Applied Engineering in Agriculture, 21(2):277-283.

Mobilized Surveying Of Soil Conductivity Using Electromagnetic Induction.  Freeland, R. S., R. E. Yoder, J. T. Ammons, and L. L. Leonard.  2002.  Applied Engineering in Agriculture. Vol. 18(1): 121126.

Soil Investigations Using EMI and GPR in Southwest Tennessee.  Inman, D. J., R. S. Freeland, J. T. Ammons, and R. E. Yoder.  2002.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 66: 206-211.

Imaging The Lateral Migration Of Subsurface Moisture Using Electromagnetic Induction.  Wilson, R.C., R. S. Freeland, J. B. Wilkerson, and R. E. Yoder.  2002.  ASAE Annual International Meeting/ CIGR XVth World Congress. ASAE Meeting Paper No. 02-3070. St. Joseph, Mich.: ASAE.

Predicting Water Movement on Tennessee Coastal Plains Using Electromagnetic Induction and Ground-Penetrating-Radar.  Leonard, L. L., R. S. Freeland, R. E. Yoder, J. B. Wilkerson, J. T. Ammons, and D. D. Tyler.  1999.  ASAE Paper No. 993177. Presented and distributed at the 1999 ASAE Annual International Meeting, Sheraton Centre Hotel. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. July 18-22.