Article | . 2016 Vol. 49, Issue. 6
Spatial Pedological Mapping Using a Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer at the Tallavera Grove Vineyard, Hunter Valley



Faculty of Agriculture and Environment, The University of Sydney1




2016.. 635:643


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Keyword: Portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometers (pXRF).  Spatial pedological mapping.  Calcium (Ca).  Iron (Fe).  Ti/Zr index.  



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