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This summer's drainage water recycling work is wrapping up for the year. Thanks to DK Yang and our undergrads for getting the drip line out of the fields. Crops have been harvested, and preparations are underway for installation of subsurface drip lines this fall.
Welcome to Takhellambam Bijoychandra who has joined PHIG as a postdoctoral research assistant who will be working with the NRES program as well as on PHIG research projects.
Our new UAS mounted Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) has been out doing test flights at ACRE all week. It will continue to collect data through the end of this growing season. Hopefully over the winter we will start to get data processed to show soil moisture and biomass.Learn More About PHIG Activities