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Chronological Listing of Publications:
Dual-Probe Heat-Pulse Technique

Compiled by G. J. Kluitenberg
Updated November 2003

1. Campbell, G. S., C. Calissendorff, and J. H. Williams. 1991. Probe for measuring soil specific heat using a heat-pulse method. Soil Science Society of America Journal 55:291-293.

2. Bristow, K. L., G. S. Campbell, and K. Calissendorff. 1993. Test of a heat-pulse probe for measuring changes in soil water content. Soil Science Society of America Journal 57:930-934.

3. Kluitenberg, G. J., J. M. Ham, and K. L. Bristow. 1993. Error analysis of the heat pulse method for measuring soil volumetric heat capacity. Soil Science Society of America Journal 57:1444-1451.

4. Bilskie, J. R. 1994. Dual probe methods for determining soil thermal properties: Numerical and laboratory study. Ph.D. dissertation, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

5. Bristow, K. L., G. J. Kluitenberg, and R. Horton. 1994. Measurement of soil thermal properties with a dual-probe heat-pulse technique. Soil Science Society of America Journal 58:1288-1294.

6. Bristow, K. L., R. D. White, and G. J. Kluitenberg. 1994. Comparison of single and dual probes for measuring soil thermal properties with transient heating. Australian Journal of Soil Research 32:447-464.

7. Kluitenberg, G. J., K. L. Bristow, and B. S. Das. 1995. Error analysis of the heat pulse method for measuring soil heat capacity, diffusivity, and conductivity. Soil Science Society of America Journal 59:719-726.

8. Bristow, K. L., J. R. Bilskie, G. J. Kluitenberg, and R. Horton. 1995. Comparison of techniques for extracting soil thermal properties from dual-probe heat-pulse data. Soil Science 160:1-7.

9. Hara, M. 1995. Recent advances in the evaluation of water supply capability of soil to a single root and the measurement of soil moisture content through the measurment of volumetric heat capacity with a simple probe. p. 57-58. In D. Silver (ed.) Vadose zone hydrology - Cutting across disciplines. Kearney Foundation of Soil Science Vadose Zone Hydrology Conference Proceedings, Davis, CA. September 6-8, 1995. Kearney Foundation of Soil Sci., Univ. of Calif.

10. Noborio, K., K. J. McInnes, and J. L. Heilman. 1996. Measurements of soil water content, heat capacity, and thermal conductivity with a single TDR probe. Soil Science 161:22-28.

11. Welch, S. M., G. J. Kluitenberg, and K. L. Bristow. 1996. Rapid numerical estimation of soil thermal properties for a broad class of heat-pulse emitter geometries. Measurement Science and Technology 7:932-938.

12. Bristow, K. L., and G. J. Kluitenberg. 1996. A simple low-cost sensor for analysing heat, water, and solute transport in soils. p. 29-30. In ASSSI and NZSSS National Soils Conference 1996, Volume 2, Oral Papers. July 1-4, 1996. University of Melbourne, Australia.

13. Bristow, K. L. 1996. Measurement of soil water and other soil physical properties using heat-pulse methodology. p. 280-284. In Proceedings 2nd Australian Conference on Agricultural Meteorology. October 1-4, 1996, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

14. Tarara, J. M., and J. M. Ham. 1997. Measuring soil water content in the laboratory and field with dual-probe heat-capacity sensors. Agronomy Journal 89:535-542.

15. Bristow, K. L. 1998. Measurement of thermal properties and water content of unsaturated sandy soil using dual-probe heat-pulse probes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 89:75-84.

16. Ham, J. M., and A. K. Knapp. 1998. Fluxes of CO2, water vapor, and energy from a prairie ecosystem during the seasonal transition from carbon sink to carbon source. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 89:1-14.

17. Bilskie, J. R. R. Horton, and K. L. Bristow. 1998. Test of a dual-probe heat-pulse method for determining thermal properties of porous materials. Soil Science 163: 346-355.

18. Song, Y., J. M. Ham, M. B. Kirkham, and G. J. Kluitenberg. 1998. Measuring soil water content under turfgrass using the dual-probe heat-pulse technique. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 123:937-941.

19. Bremer, D. J., J. M. Ham, C. E. Owensby, and A. K. Knapp. 1998. Responses of soil respiration to clipping and grazing in a tallgrass prairie. Journal of Environmental Quality 27:1539-1548.

20. Tarara, J. M. 1998. Energy transport in plastic mulch culture. Ph.D. dissertation. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.

21. Bremer, D. J. 1998. Effect of burning and grazing on carbon and energy fluxes in a tallgrass prairie. Ph.D. dissertation. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.

22. Song, Y., M. B. Kirkham, J. M. Ham, and G. J. Kluitenberg. 1999. Measurement resolution of the dual-probe heat-pulse technique. p. 381-386. In M. Th. van Genuchten et al. (ed.) Proceedings of the International Workshop on Characterization and Measurement of the Hydraulic Properties of Unsaturated Porous Media, Riverside, CA. October 22-24, 1997. U. S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, CA, and Department of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA.

23. Song, Y., M. B. Kirkham, J. M. Ham, and G. J. Kluitenberg. 1999. Dual probe heat pulse technique for measuring soil water content and sunflower water uptake. Soil & Tillage Research 50:345-348.

24. Ren, T., K. Noborio, and R. Horton. 1999. Measuring soil water content, electrical conductivity, and thermal properties with a thermo-time domain reflectometry probe. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:450-457.

25. Guaraglia, D. O., and J. L. Pousa. 1999. An electrical model of heat flow in soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 63:457-463.

26. Bremer, D. J., and J. M. Ham. 1999. Effect of spring burning on the energy balance in a tallgrass prairie. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 97:43-54.

27. Philip, J. R., and G. J. Kluitenberg. 1999. Errors of dual thermal probes due to soil heterogeneity across a plane interface. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:1579-1585.

28. Kluitenberg, G. J., and J. R. Philip. 1999. Dual thermal probes near plane interfaces. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:1585-1591.

29. Song, Y. 1999. Measuring water content of soil with roots using the dual-probe heat-pulse technique. M.S. thesis. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.

30. Frank, J. M. 1999. An instrument to measure soil water content using the dual-probe heat-pulse method. M.S. thesis. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.

31. Basinger, J. M. 1999. Laboratory and field evaluation of the dual-probe heat-pulse method for measuring soil water content. M.S. thesis. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.

32. Ren, T., G. J. Kluitenberg, and R. Horton. 2000. Determining soil water flux and pore water velocity by a heat pulse technique. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64:552-560.

33. Song, Y., M. B. Kirkham, J. M. Ham, and G. J. Kluitenberg. 2000. Rootzone hydraulic lift evaluated with the dual-probe heat-pulse technique. Australian Journal of Soil Research 38:927-935.

34. Ochsner, T .E. 2000. Thermo-TDR measurements of thermal properties and volume fractions of water, solids, and air in soil. M.S. thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

35. Bremer, D. J., L. M. Auen, J. M. Ham, and C. E. Owensby. 2001. Evapotranspiration in a prairie ecosystem: Effects of grazing by cattle. Agronomy Journal 93:338-348.

36. Bristow, K. L., G. J. Kluitenberg, C. J. Goding, and T. S. Fitzgerald. 2001. A small multi-needle probe for measuring soil thermal properties, water content and electrical conductivity. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 31:265-280.

37. Kluitenberg, G. J., and A. W. Warrick. 2001. Improved evaluation procedure for heat-pulse soil water flux density method. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65:320-323.

38. Ochsner, T. E., R. Horton, and T. Ren. 2001. Simultaneous water content, air-filled porosity, and bulk density measurements with thermo-time domain reflectometery. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65:1618-1622.

39. Ochsner, T. E., R. Horton, and T. Ren. 2001. Simultaneous water content, air-filled porosity, and bulk density measurements with thermo-time domain reflectometery. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65:1618-1622.

40. Bachmann, J., R. Horton, T. Ren, and R. R. van der Ploeg. 2001. Comparison of the thermal properties of four wettable and four water-repellent soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65:1675-1979.

41. Abu-Hamdeh, N. H. 2001. Measurement of the thermal conductivity of sandy loam and clay loam soils using single and dual probes. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 80:209-216.

42. Hopmans, J. W., J. Simunek, and K. L. Bristow. 2002. Indirect estimation of soil thermal properties and water flux using heat pulse probe measurements: Geometry and dispersion effects. Water Resources Research 38(1), DOI 10.1029/2000WR000071.

43. Campbell, D. I, C. E. Laybourne, and I. J. Blair. 2002. Measuring peat moisture content using the dual-probe heat pulse technique. Australian Journal of Soil Research 40:177-190.

44. Wang, Q., T. E. Ochsner, and R. Horton. 2002. Mathematical analysis of heat pulse signals for soil water flux determination. Water Resources Research 38(6), DOI 10.1029/2001WR001089.

45. Kluitenberg, G. J., and J. L. Heitman. 2002. Effect of forced convection on soil water content measurement with the dual-probe heat-pulse method. p. 275-283. In P. A. C. Raats et al. (ed.) Environmental mechanics: Water, mass and energy transfer in the biosphere. Geophysical Monograph Series, Vol. 129, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC.

46. Bristow, K. L. 2002. Thermal conductivity. p. 1209-1226. In J. H. Dane and G. C. Topp (ed.) Methods of soil analysis. Part 4. SSSA Book Ser. 5. SSSA and ASA, Madison, WI.

47. Kluitenberg, G. J. 2002. Heat capacity and specific heat. p. 1201-1208. In J. H. Dane and G. C. Topp (ed.) Methods of soil analysis. Part 4. SSSA Book Ser. 5. SSSA and ASA, Madison, WI.

48. Bremer, D. J., and J. M. Ham. 2002. Measurement and modeling of soil CO2 flux in a temperate grassland under mowed and burned regimes. Ecological Applications 12:1318-1328.

49. Wang, Q., T. E. Ochsner, and R. Horton. 2002. Correction to "Mathematical analysis of heat pulse signals for soil water flux determination" by Quanjiu Wang, Tyson E. Ochsner, and Robert Horton. Water Resources Research 38(12), DOI 10.1029/2002WR001765.

50. Basinger, J. M., G. J. Kluitenberg, J. M. Ham, J. M. Frank, P. L. Barnes, and M. B. Kirkham. 2003. Laboratory evaluation of the dual-probe heat-pulse method for measuring soil water content. Vadose Zone Journal 2:389-399.

51. Ren, T., T. E. Ochsner, R. Horton, and Z. Ju. 2003. Heat-pulse method for soil water content measurement: Influence of the specific heat of the soil solids. Soil Science Society of America Journal 67:1631-1634.

52. Heitman, J. L., J. M. Basinger, G. J. Kluitenberg, J. M. Ham, J. M. Frank, and P. L. Barnes. 2003. Field evaluation of the dual-probe heat-pulse method for measuring soil water content. Vadose Zone Journal 2:552-560.

53. Mori, Y., J. W. Hopmans, A. P. Mortensen, and G. J. Kluitenberg. 2003. Multi-functional heat pulse probe for the simultaneous measurement of soil water content, solute concentration, and heat transport parameters. Vadose Zone Journal 2:561-571.

54. Ren, T., T. E. Ochsner, and R. Horton. 2003. Development of thermo-time domain reflectometry for vadose zone measurements. Vadose Zone Journal 2:544-551.

55. Ochsner, T. E., R. Horton, and T. Ren. 2004. Using the dual-probe heat-pulse technique to monitor soil water content in the vadose zone. Vadose Zone Journal 2:572-579.

56. Bremer, D. J. 2003. Evaluation of microlysimeters used in turfgrass evapotranspiration studies using the dual-probe heat-pulse technique. Agronomy Journal 95:1625-1632.

57. Knight, J. H., and G. J. Kluitenberg. 2003. Simplified computational approach for dual-probe heat-pulse method. Soil Science Society of America Journal (in press).

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