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Effect of carbonates and gypsum precipitation in the root zone on the chemical composition of groundwater
Agricultural practices and diffuse nitrogen pollution in Denmark: Empirical leaching and catchment models
This map service is an information surface representing the amount of available water storage (AWS) that is available to plants in the top 150cm (4.92 Feet) of soil. Available Water Storage (AWS) is expressed as centimeters of water, reported as the average of all components in the map unit. AWS is calculated from AWC (Available Water Capacity) which is commonly estimated as the difference between the water contents at 1/10 or 1/3 bar (field capacity) and 15 bars (permanent wilting point) tension, and adjusted for salinity and fragments. Available Water Storage (AWS) surfaces are available through arcgis.com for four soil depths, 25, 50, 100, and 150 centimeters from the surface of the soil. They are available...
Equilibrium analysis of groundwater-vadose zone interactions and the resulting spatial distribution of hydrologic fluxes across a Canadian prairie
Osmotic potential of several hardwood species as affected by manipulation of throughfall precipitation in an upland oak forest during a dry year
Simulating the impact of irrigation management on the water and salt balance in drained marsh soils (Marismas, Spain)