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Comparison of Methods for Determining Soil Hydraulic Characteristics

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Title Comparison of Methods for Determining Soil Hydraulic Characteristics
Creator Howell, T. A. McFarland, M. J. Reddell, D. L. Brown, K. W. Newton, R. J. Humphreys, K. B.
Description An adequate description of soil moisture movement is necessary for solution of agriculturally oriented problems such as irrigation, drainage and runoff control. Three approaches for determining the hydraulic properties of soil are in situ measurements, laboratory measurements and theoretical models. Field measurements, though representative, have the disadvantages of being costly and time consuming. Laboratory and mathematical processes are more practical but require extensive comparison to...
Publisher Texas Water Resources Institute
Date 2007-12-05T18:48:17Z 2007-12-05T18:48:17Z 1980-12
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/6271
Language en_US
Relation TR-113 vol 1.;

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