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Research Project: Enhancing Production and Ecosystem Services of Horticultural and Agricultural Systems in the Southeastern United States

Location: Soil Dynamics Research

Title: New agrophysics divisions: application of ANFIS, fuzzy indicator modeling, physic-technical bases of plant breeding, and materials based on humic acids (review)

Author
item Kurtener, D - European Agrophysical Institute
item Dianziong, C - Chinese Academy Of Agricultural Sciences
item Dragavtsev, V - Agrophysical Research Institute
item Krueger, E - European Agrophysical Institute
item Zheng, Y - Qingdao University
item Torbert, Henry - Allen
item Tsukanov, S - German-Ukranian Centre For Innovative Industrial Agritechnoligies
item Uwe, W - Agrophysical Research Institute

Submitted to: European Agrophysical Journal
Publication Type: Literature Review
Publication Acceptance Date: 9/14/2017
Publication Date: 9/30/2017
Citation: Kurtener, D., Dianziong, C., Dragavtsev, V., Krueger, E., Zheng, Y., Torbert III, H.A., Tsukanov, S.V., Uwe, W. 2017. New agrophysics divisions: application of ANFIS, fuzzy indicator modeling, physic-technical bases of plant breeding, and materials based on humic acids (review). European Agrophysical Journal. 4(3):61-80.

Interpretive Summary: This work is devoted to review the new scientific divisions that have emerged in agrophysics in the last 10-15 years. Among them are the following: 1) application of Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS), 2) development and application of fuzzy indicator modeling, 3) agrophysical and physic-technical bases of plant breeding, and 4) development, testing, and application of materials based on humic acids for improving soil fertility and solving environmental problems. In recent years, the development of these scientific divisions has been associated with the activities of the European Agrophysical Institute and and the European Agrophysical Journal (EAJ). On the initiative of the European Agrophysical Institute, a branch of the Institute in China was created.

Technical Abstract: This work is devoted to review the new scientific divisions that emerged in agrophysics in the last 10-15 years. Among them are the following: 1) application of Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS), 2) development and application of fuzzy indicator modeling, 3) agrophysical and physic-technical bases of plant breeding, and 4) development, testing, and application of materials based on humic acids for improving soil fertility and solving environmental problems. In recent years, the development of these scientific divisions has been associated with the activities of the European Agrophysical Institute and, in particular, with the creation (in 2013) of the European Agrophysical Journal (EAJ). On the initiative of the European Agrophysical Institute, a branch of the Institute in China was created. The planned work of this branch include research on the stabilization of soil degradation processes, improving soil fertility, and solving environmental problems.