CT scan tech used to check soil health
from Western Producer
The penetrometer has been the primary instrument for measuring soil compaction since its introduction in 1905. More recently, Scandinavian soil scientists have used hospital CT scans for a more accurate measurement to clearly depict and quantify soil structures. One of the pioneers in this area is Dorthe Wildenschild, a researcher in Oregon State University's chemical, biological and environmental engineering department.
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