A comparison of a quick evaporative technique for determining diffusivity with the one-step outflow method: Comparison of water retention charcteristics of soil C horizons developed in three glacial lobes; C horizons of Wisconsin soils ; A review of Woodordian and subsequent glacial geology in parts of eastern Wisconsin
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Laboratory setup for the quick evaporative
Moisture distribution data for sample
Curves of diffusivity as a function of gravi
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