Pedometric

Ped`o`met´ric


a.1.Pertaining to, or measured by, a pedometer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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McBratney AB, Odeh IOA, Bishop TFA, Dunbar MS, Shatar TM (2000) An overview of pedometric techniques for use in soil survey.
Preliminary results suggest that the objective and pedometric approaches can support the planned development of a universal soil classification system.
(2008) suggested that spatially constrained instance selection should be investigated in future pedometric research "focusing on the boundaries instead of concentrating on the more homogeneous core of the class areas".
Shatar, "An overview of pedometric techniques for use in soil survey," Geoderma, vol.
McBratney AB, Odeh 1OA, Bishop TFA, Dunbar MS, Shatar TM (2000) An overview of pedometric techniques for use in soil survey.
Earth scientists and researchers in information technology survey recent methodological developing in modeling soil-landscapes, providing a cross-section of measurement tools computer-related and pedometric techniques for such modeling, and its history.
In order to expedite the process of [EC.sub.e] mapping, pedometric methods (McBratney et al.
Both these techniques display great potential for evaluating soil systems, and are a welcome addition to pedologists' 'toolkits' to complement more traditional approaches and emerging pedometric techniques (e.g.
McBratney AB, Odeh IOA, Bishop TFA, Dunbar MS, ShatarTM (2000) An overview of pedometric techniques for use in soil survey.