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Pedological-meteorological measuring station

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How do rising sea levels and a change in precipitation, as a consequence of global warming, influence aeration and drainage of lime marshland?

Autarkic measuring field station + fully automated pedological-meteorological  measuring station on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein, off-grid with data transmission, ca. 3 km away from the North Sea. 

  • Connection of redox electrodes via 3 redox-connecting modules; ; in total 48 parameters are recorded with 1 Data logger, the enviLog Maxi
  • Fully automated daily data transmission via GPRS to ecoTech-Server
  • An e-mail message is then sent including data attachment to e-mail address of the user
  • All components require very little maintenance; solar panel allows year round off-grid service

 

Product Parameter
Redox electrode Redox potential
pH-electrode pH-Value
Tensiomark Soil moisture tension, soil temperature
Meteo MS Air temperature, air pressure, relative humidity, precipitation, wind velocity, wind direction
NRLite Radiation balance
Water level probe Groundwater level
Conductivity probe Electrical conductivity of groundwater

Universität Köln
Geographisches Institut
Arbeitsgruppe Bodengeographie/Bodenkunde

Herr Prof. Dr. Tim Mansfeldt tim.mansfeldt@uni-koeln.de
  • DOI:10.1002/jpln.201600060

    Dorau, Kristof, and Tim Mansfeldt. "Comparison of redox potential dynamics in a diked marsh soil: 1990 to 1993 versus 2011 to 2014." Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 179.5 (2016): 641-651.