Soil and Water: Physical Principles and Processes
Academic Press, 1971 - Technology & Engineering - 288 pages
Adsorption; Soil; Water; Physical; Drainage; Groundwater; Erosion; Evapotranspiration; Humus; Irrigation; Organic; Matter; Salinity;Chemistry; Radiation; Stomata; Storage; Surface.
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Basic Physical Properties of Soils
G Specific Surface and Adsorption Phenomena
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actual amount applied assumed atmosphere average balance bars becomes boundary called capacity capillary clay column considered constant continuous curves decrease defined density depends depth describe determined diffusivity direction distribution drainage drains effect energy equal equation equilibrium evaporation expressed field flow fluid flux force function Gardner given gradient gravitational greater head heat hence hydraulic conductivity increase infiltration initial irrigation known layer limiting liquid lower mass measurement method moisture molecules movement obtain occur particles phase physical plant pores possible potential pressure properties proportional radiation range ratio redistribution relation relative resistance root saturated soil surface soil water soil wetness soil-water solid solution specific stage structure suction surface tension temperature tend transpiration tube uniform unit unsaturated vapor pressure various volume water content water table wetness zone