Cultivating the Deep Ground: Productive Land Formations

ECLAS 2021 Stop and Think


Cultivating the nation : Ataturk’s experimental farm as an agent of social and cultural transformation
Kaçar, Ayşe Duygu; Günay, Baykan; Department of Architecture (2010)
Atatürk Forest Farm is a unique spatial practice representing the main philosophy of the Turkish Republic to create a new society by holding together modern agricultural and industrial production techniques, combining them with leisure activities and developing an urban farm. Eventually it is neither simply a land problem nor a heritage issue. Its being is evaluated as a conscious contribution for the cultural transformation of the Turkish nation. Therefore, its genesis is discussed in relation to the main ...
Vegetation water content from Landsat 5 thematic mapper during the Soil Moisture Experiment 2004 in Arizona and Sonora
Hunt, Er; Yılmaz, Mustafa Tuğrul; Jackson, Tj (null; 2006-05-01)
Stabilisation of expansive soils using lime cement and fly-ash
İpek, Tuba; Çokça, Erdal; Department of Civil Engineering (1998)
Sorption/desorption studies of cesium and neptunium on some clays and soils
Aksoyoğlu, E Şebnem; Erten, H. N.; Department of Chemistry (1987)
Vegetation water content during SMEX04 from ground data and Landsat 5 Thematic Mapper imagery
Yılmaz, Mustafa Tuğrul; Goins, Lyssa D.; Ustin, Susan L.; Vanderbilt, Vern C.; Jackson, Thomas J. (Elsevier BV, 2008-02-15)
Vegetation water content is an important parameter for retrieval of soil moisture from microwave data and for other remote sensing applications. Because liquid water absorbs in the shortwave infrared, the normalized difference infrared index (NDII), calculated from Landsat 5 Thematic Mapper band 4 (0.76-0.90 mu m wavelength) and band 5 (1.55-1.65 mu m wavelength), can be used to determine canopy equivalent water thickness (EWT), which is defined as the water volume per leaf area times the leaf area index (L...
Citation Formats
N. N. Aksu, F. Baş Bütüner, A. Savaş Sargın, and S. Sarıca, “Cultivating the Deep Ground: Productive Land Formations,” presented at the ECLAS 2021 Stop and Think, Uppsala, İsveç, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: