The R.J. Cook Agronomy Farm (cookfarm) is a Long-Term Agroecosystem Research Site operated by Washington State University, located near Pullman, Washington, USA. Contains spatio-temporal (3D+T) measurements of three soil properties and a number of spatial and temporal regression covariates.

Here, only the "Profiles" dataset is used from the collection. The Date column was appended from the readings dataset. 500 random samples were drawn from the complete sample.

See GSIF::cookfarm for more detailed information.

data(cookfarm)

Format

R6::R6Class inheriting from TaskRegr.

Usage

mlr_tasks$get("cookfarm")
tsk("cookfarm")

References

Gasch, C.K., Hengl, T., Gräler, B., Meyer, H., Magney, T., Brown, D.J., 2015. Spatio-temporal interpolation of soil water, temperature, and electrical conductivity in 3D+T: the Cook Agronomy Farm data set. Spatial Statistics, 14, pp.70–90.

Gasch, C.K., D.J. Brown, E.S. Brooks, M. Yourek, M. Poggio, D.R. Cobos, C.S. Campbell, 2016? Retroactive calibration of soil moisture sensors using a two-step, soil-specific correction. Submitted to Vadose Zone Journal.

Gasch, C.K., D.J. Brown, C.S. Campbell, D.R. Cobos, E.S. Brooks, M. Chahal, M. Poggio, 2016? A field-scale sensor network data set for monitoring and modeling the spatial and temporal variation of soil moisture in a dryland agricultural field. Submitted to Water Resources Research.

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