Soil Science Videos

  • Rotronic Product Webinar - Water Activity Video

    In this webinar, you'll learn the basics of the parameter called Water Activity. Water activity is a common measurement used to ensure the viability and quality of perishable products such as foods, grains, seeds and pharmaceutical products. The agenda includes answers to these questions: - What is water activity? - Why should you measure it? - How to measure water activity? The webinar ...

  • The Porometer 3G from Quantachrome Video

    Martin Thomas from Quantachrome shows us their Porometer 3G capillary liquid expulsion porometer suited to such things as filters and battery separators. This is a new instruments that appeared for the first time at Pittcon 2011, where this interview was ...

  • ROTRONIC Water Activity Measurement

    The measurement of water activity or equilibrium relative humidity is a key parameter in the quality control of moisture-sensitive products or materials. Water activity is by definition the free or non chemically bound water in foods and other products. The bound water cannot be measured with this ...


    By ROTRONIC AG

  • Understanding the Soil Underfoot: A post Graduate Training Course 2014

    Understanding the soil underfoot was a NERC funding postgraduate 'summer school' run as a collaboration between The British Society of Soil Science, Lancaster University and The James Hutton Institute. The course was run over the course of a week in March 2014 and comprised a mixture of fieldwork, laboratory work and lectures. Some of which were broadcast live across the internet. This video ...

  • ILLINOIS AGRICULTURE

    It's where agriculture stretches across 400 miles, It's where 1,500 soil types burst with diversity, and it's where people strive to explore every aspects of the word growth. It's Illinois, where fresh ...

  • Why is 2015 the International Year of Soils?

    Dr Barry Rawlins from the British Geological Survey gives an introduction as to why soils are important to us all and introduces 2015 the International Year of Soils. The British Society of Soil Science is an established international membership organisation and charity committed to the study of soil in its widest aspects. It is funded primarily through subscriptions and income from ...

  • An Introduction to Cultural Soil Heritage

    Dr Clare Wilson from Stirling University introduces the concept of soils as a time capsule in this Introduction to Cultural Soil Heritage. These videos were produced via funding from a NERC Doctoral Training Programme in collaboration with Lancaster University, The James Hutton Institute and the British Society of Soil Science. The British Society of Soil Science is an established international ...

  • BSSS In Conversation: Dr Benjamin Turner, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

    Dr Benjamin Turner from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama, gives a short interview to Professor John Quinton from Lancaster University, UK. The British Society of Soil Science is an established international membership organisation and charity committed to the study of soil in its widest aspects. It is funded primarily through subscriptions and income from publications. The ...

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