We highly prioritize scientific and popular science publications to share our research results and conclusions with the agricultural community. We focus on international peer-reviewed high quality journals as well as national journals and popular agricultural magazines. Moreover, we present frequently at international and national conferences, seminars and workshops and contribute with conference papers and posters. In addition to that, we host field days and give practical demonstrations at the center.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
Øvergaard, S. I., Isaksson, T., Kvaal, K. and Korsaeth, A. (2010). Comparisons of two hand-held, multispectral field radiometers and a hyperspectral airborne imager in terms of predicting spring wheat grain yield and quality by means of PPLS regression. Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy 18, 247-261.
Korsaeth, A., Riley, H., Kværnø, S.H. and Vestgarden, L.S. (2008). Relations between a Commercial Soil Survey Map Based on Soil Apparent Electrical Conductivity (ECa) and Measured Soil Properties on a Morainic Soil in Southeast Norway. In: Handbook of Agricultural Geophysics (Eds. Barry J. Allred, Jeffrey J. Daniels, and M. Reza Ehsani), p. 225-231. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, New York.
Korsaeth, A. (2008). Dependence of Soil Apparent Electrical Conductivity (ECa) upon Soil Texture and Ignition Loss at Various Depths in Two Morainic Loam Soils in Southeast Norway. In: Handbook of Agricultural Geophysics (Eds. Barry J. Allred, Jeffrey J. Daniels, and M. Reza Ehsani), p. 217-223. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, New York.
Conference, workshop and seminar proceedings
Korsaeth, A., Kusnierek, K., Berge, T.W., Ficke, A., Netland, J. 2015. Use of multiple sensors to determine multiple, co-occurring wheat stressors. 23rd International Symposium of the International Scientific Centre for Fertilizers. Plant nutrition and fertilizer issues for the cold climates, September 8-10, Son, Norway. Published in: Haneklaus, S., Lombnæs, P., Schnug, E. (eds.), Berichte aus dem Julius Kühn-Institut 184, 2016, p. 14. Saphir Verlag, Ribbesbüttel, Germany. ISSN 1866-590X, DOI 10.5073/berjki.2016.184.000
Paraforos, D., Griepentrog, H., Geipel, J., and Stehle, T. (2015). Fused inertial measurement unit and real time kinematic-global navigation satellite system data assessment based on robotic total station information for in-field dynamic positioning. in John V. Stafford, ed., ‘Precision agriculture ’15’, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, The Netherlands, pp. 275-282. doi:10.3920/978-90-8686-814-8_331
Stoelen, M.F., Kusnierek, K., Tejada, V.F., Heiberg, N., Balaguer, C. and Korsaeth, A. 2015. Low-Cost Robotics for Horticulture: A Case Study on Automated Sugar Pea Harvesting. in John V. Stafford, ed., ‘Precision agriculture ’15’, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, The Netherlands, pp. 283 – 290.
Kusnierek, K. (2011). Pre-processing of soil visible and near infrared spectra taken in laboratory and field conditions to improve the within-field soil organic carbon multivariate calibration, in:Adamchuk, V.I., Viscarra Rossel, R.A. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Global Workshop on Proximal Soil Sensing. McGill University Press, Montreal, Canada, pp. 100–103.
Cierniewski J., Kaźmierowski C., Kuśnierek K., Piekarczyk J., Królewicz S., Guliński M., Terelak H., Stuczyński T., Maliszewska-Kordybach B. (2010) Unsupervised clustering of soil spectral curves to obtain their stronger correlation with soil properties. Second Workshop on Hyperspectral Imane and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing. 14-16 June 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland. ISDN: 978-1-4244-8906-0, doi: 10.1109/WHISPERS.2010.5594852, 4pp.
Korsaeth, A. (2008). Yields and N leaching/runoff losses in a long-term cropping system experiment in SE Norway; results from the new Millennium. NJF seminar 407: Long-term field experiments − a unique research platform, June 16-18, Sandbjerg, Denmark. Published in: Christensen, B.T, Petersen, J., Schacht, M. (eds.) Long-term field experiments − a unique research platform. DJF Plant Science, 137: 68-71.
Korsaeth, A. (2003). Relations between soil apparent electrical conductivity, available N, pH and soil moisture on a morainic soil under growing barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) in SE Norway. Published in: Programme book of the 4th European Conference on Precision Agriculture (ECPA), June 15-18, Berlin, Germany, p. 465-466.
Korsaeth, A. and Riley, H. (2003). Relations between electrical conductivity, soil texture and SOM content: Experiences with EM38 on a morainic soil in SE Norway. NJF-seminar no. 336, June 10-12, 2002, Skara, Sweden. Published in: Implementation of Precision Farming in Practical Agriculture, DIAS Report No 100: 139-142.
National publications in Norwegian
Eltun, R., Romstad, E., Øygarden, L., Bakken, L., Krogstad, T., Uhlen, A.K., Bjugstad, N. Bakken, A.K., Grønlund, A., Hauge, A., Hoel, B., Korsæth, A., Riley.H. Endrerud, H.C. and Mangerud, K. (2010). Kunnskapsstatus ”Bedre agronomi”. Utredning av kompetansegrunnlaget for bedre agronomi for å møte landbrukets klimautfordringer. Bioforsk RAPPORT 5(66): 77 s.