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Water and Solute Flow in a Highly-Structured Soil

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Title Water and Solute Flow in a Highly-Structured Soil
Creator Hallmark, C. Tom Wilding, Larry P. McInnes, Kevin J. Heuvelman, Willem J.
Description Prevention of groundwater contamination by agricultural activities is a high priority in the United States. Water and contaminants often follow particular flow paths through the soil that lead to rapid movement of pesticides out of the rootzone. An improved understanding of why water and solute follow particular flow paths is needed to identify soils that allow agricultural chemicals to move rapidly to groundwater. The rate that water and contaminants are transferred from the soil surface to...
Publisher Texas Water Resources Institute
Date 2007-11-30T21:10:17Z 2007-11-30T21:10:17Z 1993-12
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/6171
Language en_US
Relation TR-161;

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