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Applications of PXRF for Pedology, Agronomy, and Enviromental Quality Assessment



Authors as Published

David C. Weindorf, Associate Dean for Research for the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and BL Allen Endowed Chair of Pedology in the Department of Plant and Soil Science, Texas Tech University; and John M. Galbraith, Extension Specialist, Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech

This publication is available in Video format only.

This is a class lecture from 4-12-17 that covers the use of portable X-ray fluorescence for in-situ or ex-situ measuring of elemental composition of liquids, soils and other solids.

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Publication Date

October 31, 2022