Extrapolation Domains for Aggregating Environmental Outcomes from Local to Regional Levels
Project Innovation + Advantages:
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UN-L) team will use their unique technology extrapolation domain (TED) framework to select agricultural sites to measure, aggregate, and validate local and regional environmental outcomes, including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The team will provide a proof of concept leveraging data from SMARTFARM Phase 1 projects case studies, including soil organic carbon data, topographical data, soil pH, remote imagery, and other data collected by soil sensors, soil chambers, and eddy flux covariance towers. The UN-L team will support other TED applications as needed within the SMARTFARM program, including adding layers to the TED framework for soybean, sorghum, and rice.