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WRRCTR No.148 Soil and Sampling Scheme for Characterizing Soil Hydraulic Properties of a Watershed

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Title WRRCTR No.148 Soil and Sampling Scheme for Characterizing Soil Hydraulic Properties of a Watershed
Creator Bresler, Eshel Green, Richard E
Subject hydraulic conductivity hydrologic models sampling statistics surface-groundwater relationships soil water watershed (basins) Monte Carlo method Hawaii soil hydraulic indices geostatistics saturated conductivity drainage-flux method kriging autocorrelation variogram spatial variability oxisols Pearl Harbor Oahu Hydrologic cycle -- Mathematical models. Hydrologic models -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Oxisols -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Pearl Harbor (Hawaii) Watersheds -- Hawaii -- Oahu -- Mathematical models.
Description Watershed modeling, which incorporates the stochastic nature of the hydraulic properties of the land surface and rainfall, requires a mathematical description of watershed variability, including the frequency distribution of key hydrologic parameters and the spatial structure of variances. Heterogenous watersheds require extensive sampling to characterize the spatial distribution of a property, such as hydraulic conductivity, which is frequently required as input to model calculations of...
Date 1982-12
Type Report
Identifier Bresler E, Green RE. 1982. Soil parameters and sampling scheme for characterizing soil hydraulic properties of a watershed. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 148. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/1983
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Technical Report 148
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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