Soil Sensors

Soil sensors are devices that are used to measure various properties of soil, such as moisture content, temperature, and nutrient levels. In micrometeorology, soil sensors can be used to understand how weather and climate affect the properties of soil, and how these properties in turn affect the local environment. By collecting data from soil sensors over time, micrometeorologists can develop a better understanding of the complex interactions between weather and climate, soil, and the local environment