Effect of Short-term Flooding and Drainage on Soil Oxygenation
Three aeration indicators, namely oxygen (O2) concentration, redox potential (Eh), and oxygen diffusion rate (ODR), were measured to determine the aeration status of soil under short-term flooding and unflooded conditions. Relationships between these indicators were developed and results of some measurements made over short time intervals during flooding and drainage of soil are presented.
This article is from Transactions of the ASAE 39 (1996): 915–920, doi:10.13031/2013.27576. Posted with permission.