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IAEA - Animation Concept: Evapo-Transpiration
 

Hier ein weiterer Auszug, diesmal das "Evapo-Transpiration - Concept". Es geht um den Stoffwechsel der Pflanzen, im Speziellen um deren Wasserhaushalt. Und wie dieser so wassersparend wie möglich gestaltet werden kann, denn: "Every drop counts!".
Ein positiver Trend schient sich abzuzeichen: Forschungsinstitute in Wien und auf internationaler Ebene legen immer mehr Wert auf die Wissenschaftsvermittlung.

ANIMATION CONCEPT

tuesday, 24th august

understanding water evaporation, plant transpiration and water movement tracing...

please take into account: we will have a voice actor explaining the overall situation as well as

supporting the viewer with additional explanations about the various details.

this text is not prepared so the following animation-concept relies on parts yet to come.

Explaning transpiration, evaporation and water flow tracing:

1. We start with a rainfall and zoom in onto one single drop. Meanwhile the narration explains the importance of water and water saving due to increasing the usage efficiency. 60% are lost! We zoom into the molecular level and explain the difference between light and heavy h2o molecules ( including the internal atomic structure of light and heavy versions of hydrogen and oxygen) as well as providing some basic information about the natural ratio and their origins. The rainfall reaches the soil and the plant's roots absorb some of it. 2. We follow the water trough the plants roots through the whole plant. We zoom out and see the transpiration. We zoom in again on a molecular level and can observe how the different h2o molecules (light and heavy) behave underneath the plant's surface. The lighter can easily pass trough the surface but some of the heavier cant; they get deflected by the surface and stay inside. We zoom out a bit more so we can see plenty of both molecules. The heavier molecules get highlighted so we can visualize of a ratio between both types. In addition a graphical overlay will further visualize the ratio over time.

3. We zoom out and „fly“ to a water reservoir (plantage pond) to see further evaporation of water. We zoom in and repeat the explanations similar to scene 2. We zoom out again and „fly“ to our next evaporation scene: the water canal. We will repeat the explanation again. Once again we zoom out to observe evaporation on moist soil. Further explanation about the statistical ratio-data and its appliance will support the viewer and prepare the viewer for our conclusion.

4. We zoom out to see the entire field form a birds perspective. With the data obtained, we now have an accurate idea about how water flow from rain and irrigation systems actually work and which routes they take. Graphical overlays and additional water movement simulation will explain how the gathered data can help in crop field management desicions.,

5. We zoom out to see a large area of a crop field and gradually flood it with the flood-irrigation system. At the peak we show animated evoporation. We zoom back to a smaller scale to the site where the laser is located. After explaining how it works we realize that an enormous amount of water is wasted using such irrigation systems. How can you minimize such loss? Change the irrigation method! We zoom back out to our flooded flield and replace the old irrigation system with a drip irrigation system. The laser measures an significant decrease in lost water. We zoom in to a detail of the dripping tubes. We can observe the more efficient irrigation happening and our speaker will explain how much water can be saved on an average crop field. The millions of litres could be visualized in comparison to an average household, annual city spendings or, if summed up globally , the entire planet's freshwater use.
IMAGES:

the following pictures are very draft versions to underline the animation concept, the pictures below do not represent the final quality and are for clarifying purpose only.

the numbers above the image indicate the according scene.

IAEA - Animation Concept: Fertilization
 

Ein weiteres Animations-Konzept beschäftigt sich mit optimaler Düngung und Bewässerung sowie dem komplexen Wechselspiel zwischen Zeitpunkt und Menge der Düngung. Nachstehend also ein Auszug aus dem "Fertilization - Concept".
Wie viele der großen Forschungsinstitute in Wien und auf internationaler Ebene legt auch die IAEA großen Wert auf die Wissenschaftsvermittlung.

ANIMATION CONCEPT

wednesday, 31th august

understanding fertilization optimization...

Application of N14 and N15, optimizing the water/fertilizer balance and protecting water quality...

1. We start with an birds eye perspective from an healthy crop field. The narrator explains that plants need food alike humans do. A n established fertilizer is N14 with its natural isotope N15. Different ferilizers like manure, compost or different brands of industrial fertilizers have specific „N14/N15-ratio-signatures“. We gradually zoom close into the field.

2. We see a few maize plants being fertilized with N14 + N15. The fertilizer enters the soil and some of it gets absorbed by the plants. Plants only grow if they have enough water and „food“, so a balanced combination of both is crucial for it's optimal growth. We zoom in to a detail of the plant in order to explain that the absorbed N14 and N15 is now inside the plant. We repeat: This specific ratio tells us parts of the plant's history.

3. Inadequate watering is one problem that effects this balance. Too much watering will sweep away large amounts of the fertilizer and therefore not impact the plants growth. The swept away N14 and N15 potentially pollute ground water or lead to an over-fertilization elsewhere. In either case its bad for the plants health and the environment. We can see water washing away the fertilizers.

4. We see the same plants and another fertilization starts. This time we over apply N14 and N15. Over-Application can lead to several problems: 1. „fertilizer burn“, 2. drying out roots, 3. damage or death of the plant. We visualize each scenario.

5. We see the maize plants again and start flying trough the field. Trough laboratory analysis we can determine how much of the N14 and N15 is absorbed by the plant. Because of the fact that different types of fertilizers have different N14/N15-ratio-signatures we can determine which plant type and which fertilizer is the best for every environment depending on natural waterflow, rainfall and other factors like soil type and so on in. This is important for minimizing the cost as well as minimizing environmental impact and ensuring maximum water quality.

IMAGES:

the following pictures are very draft versions to underline the animation concept, the pictures below do not represent the final quality and are for clarifying purpose only.

the numbers above the image indicate the according scene.

IAEA - Animation Concept: Neutron Probe
 

Für die International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) haben wir einige Animationen konzipiert, hier ein Auszug aus dem "Neutron Probe - Concept". Die Neutronen-Sonde ist im wesentliche ein Apparat zur Messung der Bodenfeuchtigkeit. Wie, wo und warum? Check it out!
Wie viele der großen Forschungsinstitute in Wien und auf internationaler Ebene legt auch die IAEA großen Wert auf die Wissenschaftsvermittlung.

ANIMATION CONCEPT

tuesday, 22nd august

understanding the neutron soil moisture probe...

please take into account: we will have a voice actor explaining the overall situation as well as supporting the viewer with additional explanations about the various details. this text is not prepared so the following animation-concept relies on parts yet to come.

introduction to the probe's function and it's field appliance:

1. you will see an entire crop field in 3d space from a brids perspective.

2. from this perspective we zoom in to a more specific site where the probe is located.

3. the probe rotates and can be seen from all different angles and a hole gets digged into the soil. At this stage the entire crop field gets sliced and u can see a cross section of the soil with the probe hovering above the ground.

4. the probe gets lowered into the hole and the detector gets inserted into the aluminium tube.

5. the detector/emitter starts emitting high-energy neutrons. you can see a lot of particles coming out of the emitter, going through the soil. we zoom in to the molecular level so we can observe what is going on. we can follow the movement of a couple of high-energy neutrons passing through the dry soil without being slowed down or deflected. a couple of seconds later we visualize the difference in neutron movement by simulating irrigation. water is flowing down from top to bottom and you can observe a couple of h2o molecules. now some of the high-energy neutrons get slowed down and get deflected by the hydrogen atoms. some of the deflected neutrons bounce back directly to the detector. the detector counts those returning low energy neutrons. we zoom back to our measuring site and can see the emitter/detector doing his work, counting returning neutrons. 6. we obtained different values from differnt depths of soil. via specific software these values are compiled into a per volume percentage map of the soils's moisture. now we can see the same process of emitting neutrons and counting returning ones but this time the statistical moisture values are displayed over the cross section of the soil as the measuring goes on. we zoom out again to the birds view perspective, you will see a „moisture map“ for the entire field.

7. we slowly fly through the crop field, during that further information about the use of this data gets explained, such as:
> optimizing irrigation scheduling – saving water and reducing cost
> reduced waterlogging, soil compaction and plant disease. > developing a basis for future management desisions
> better use of natural rainfall and a possible increase in the area irrigated.

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