Application example: Self-sufficient measuring field station
Pedological-meteorological measuring station
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
|Redox electrode||Redox potential|
|Tensiomark||Soil moisture tension, soil temperature|
|Meteo MS||Air temperature, air pressure, relative humidity, precipitation, wind velocity, wind direction|
|Water level probe||Groundwater level|
|Conductivity probe||Electrical conductivity of groundwater|
|Herr Prof. Dr. Tim Mansfeldtemail@example.com|
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.