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|Title: ||Preliminary results of an ERT in a vineyard in Estremoz, Portugal|
|Authors: ||Correia, Antonio|
|Issue Date: ||5-Oct-2015|
|Publisher: ||European Association of Exploration Geophysicists|
|Abstract: ||In 2014 a geophysical survey was carried out in a vineyard in Quinta do Mouro, in the wine region of Estremoz, in southern Portugal, to understand and study the geoelectrical characteristics of the soil. The main objective of the geophysical work was to delineate and characterize the soil and bedrock in geoelectrical terms in the vineyard’s area. The area has patches where high quality grapes are produced and patches which produce mediocre grapes. The geophysical survey aimed to try to understand if there was any correlation between the electrical resistivity of the ground (related with the amount of moisture in the ground) and the quality of the vines and grapes. The results indicate that, in this case, the quality of the vines and grapes appear to be related with the moisture in the ground, the good vines and grapes being associated with higher moisture content of the ground and so lower electrical resistivities.|
|Appears in Collections:||ICT - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings|
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