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  1. Soil management influences physical properties and mainly the soil hydraulic functions. Their measurement becomes one of the research preferences in this branch of applied soil science. Tension disc and pressure ring infiltrometers have become very…
  2. Characterization of water-conducting porosity at and near saturation\nis required in understanding rainfall and snowmelt infiltration and\nrunoff as well as chemical transport in soil. There are methods available\nto quantify water-conducting…
  3. Different techniques and different technique application procedures\nare available to determine soil hydraulic conductivity (K). The objective\nof this study was to determine the dependence of the K values on\nthe selected technique and application…
  4. We present a model to compute the hydraulic conductivity, K, as a\nfunction of water content, {theta}, directly from the particle-size\ndistribution (PSD) of a soil. The model is based on the assumption\nthat soil pores can be represented by…
  5. Soil hydrological properties like infiltration capacity and hydraulic conductivity have important consequences for hydrological properties of soils in river catchments and for flood risk prevention. They are dynamic properties due to varying land…
  6. A rapid and sensitive method of soil carbonate analysis, utilizing gas chromatography, is presented. The analysis of soil samples by gas chromatography and the Chittick methods produced comparable results (r = 0.96, slope = 1.11). However, the gas…
  7. A new method is proposed for determining in situ unsaturated hydraulic conductivities from unsaturated infiltration measurements made at several tensions on the same infiltration surface. Wooding's equation for steady-state unconfined infiltration…

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