Effect of moisture on soil temperature

Student(s):Gomana Malek Karsom Lama mohammad Al amode Esraa Eid Alshalale Fy Abdoalrahman Alsobhe
Grade Level:Secondary School (grades 9-12, ages 14-18)
GLOBE Teacher(s):Ebtisam Ahmed Nahhas
Contributors:Globe Teacher: Ebtisam Ahmed Nahhas Supervision : Dr. Nadia S. Al-Kaff and Dr. Nahla A. Bouqellah
Report Type(s):Standard Research Report, International Virtual Science Symposium Report
Protocols:Air Temperature, Relative Humidity
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Date Submitted:03/15/2019
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The current research aimed to identify the relationship between soil temperature and relative air humidity (moisture) content. Differences on soil temperature and air moisture levels were observed during the period between 1 -31 of January in this year (2019) in Al-Medinah Al-Munwarah. The data were collected using two digital thermometers for both temperature and humidity. Data was collected and logged into the data sheets to be analyzed. It was found that there was a correlation between soil temperature and air humidity. Results showed that when humidity increased soil temperature decreased. Moreover, when soil temperature raised, relative air humidity reduced. It was concluded that there was a negative correlation between relative humidity and soil temperature.


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