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A higher arithmetic mean diameter of air-dried (AWDad) and water-stable (AMDws) aggregates in the superficial layer was observed at the inter-row, but the aggregates stability index (ASI) was lower in this position.
This allowed the Portable MFWS to receive and display friendly graphics transmitted from the AFATDS, AMDWS, CPOF, and TAIS.
For AMDws and GMDws, a similar pattern was observed, as seen in the distribution of water-stable aggregates with diameter >4 mm (Table 6) in all layers except the 5-10cm layer, where no differences were observed in AMDws (Table 7).
No differences in the levels of water-stable aggregates with diameter >4 mm or in AMDws in the 0-5 and 5-10 cm layers were found between the PL2X and control treatments, indicating that the use of NTS would be sufficient to keep soil aggregation at levels similar to those of NTS soil with applied manure.
This lower penetration resistance may have been due to higher TOC and lower BD values in the 5-10 cm layer (Table 3) and higher levels of aggregates with diameter >4 mm, higher AMDws, and higher GMDws in the 10-20 cm layer (Tables 6 and 7).
By the end of the week, we could receive operational graphics from AMDWS and AFATDS, and also S303s from the RWS.
Although the screen output configuration commonly changed, the primary views shown during the Warfighter were: TACWEB combat status, MCS-L common operational picture, AFATDS fire support overlay, UAV video feed and AMDWS overlays.