Forest and bananas dominate the landscape, particularly on the slopes. Implementing SAULM in-vivo could lead to a complete reconstruction of the vascular tree down to the smallest capillaries at several centimeter depth. Therefore, good land has lots of worms present in dark soil, particularly a type identified as big limp worms.
Soils present in different parts of the landscape are explained in terms of their process of geological formation although they were impacted more recently when forest cover was removed to open fields for the practice of slash-and-burn agriculture, causing the erosion of surface soil A horizon on steeply sloped land.
Eventually we discuss the limitations of such a lens which reside essentially in losses.
These areas are not cropped and are only used to pasture animals that transport bananas down slopes. Soil research undertaken by agricultural scientists in bottomlands identified the presence of clays that can cause problems with soil compacting and raise water tables during rains so exposing plant roots to excessive moisture.
This variability is linked to both piezoelectric shape and the backscattered field spatial properties.