Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone / Edition 1

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Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume 108.

Non-point source (NPS) pollution in the vadose zone (simply defined as the layer of soil extending from the soil surface to the groundwater table) is a global environmental problem. Characteristically, NPS pollutants are widespread and occasionally ubiquitous in extent, thus making remediation efforts difficult and complex; have the potential for maintaining a relatively long active presence in the global ecosystem; and may result in long?]term, chronic health effects in humans and other life forms. Similar to other global environmental issues, the knowledge and information required to address the problem of NPS pollutants in the vadose zone cross several technological and subdisciplinary lines: spatial statistics, geographic information systems (GIS), hydrology, soil science, and remote sensing. Cooperation between disciplines and scientific societies is essential to address the problem. Evidence of such cooperation was the jointly sponsored American Geophysical Union Chapman/Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) Outreach Conference that occurred in October 1997, entitled “Applications of GIS, Remote Sensing, Geostatistics, and Solute Transport Modeling to the Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone.” The objective of the conference and this book, which was developed from the conference, was to explore current multidisciplinary research for assessing NPS pollution in soil and groundwater resources.

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Contains papers originating at an October 1997 conference, "Applications of GIS, Remote Sensing, Geostatistics, and Solute Transport Modeling to the Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone." Papers focus on advanced information technologies and methodologies, such as global positioning, fuzzy logic, and remote sensing, and how these technologies can be used to expedite non-point source pollution assessment of the vadose zone. Societal considerations regarding public policy and assessing societal value are also addressed. Lacks a subject index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR booknews.com
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780875900919
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/26/1999
  • Series: Geophysical Monograph Series , #108
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 369

Table of Contents

Dedication to R. J. Wagenet ix

Preface
D. L. Corwin, K. Loague, and T. R. Ellsworth xi

Advanced Information Technologies: GIS, Remote Sensing, Geostatistics, and Solute Transport Modeling

Introduction: Assessing Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone with Advanced Information
Technologies
D. L. Corwin, K. Loague, and T. R. Ellsworth 1

Solute Transport Modeling

Options for Modeling Ground Water Pollution Potentiably Dissolved Chemicals
W. A. Jury and P-H. Tseng 21

Modeling Subsurface Contaminant Reactions and Transport at the Watershed Scale
J. P. Gwo, G. V. Wilson, P M. Jardine, and E. F. D'Azevedo 31

Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment: Hydrogeologic Perspective and Example from Salinas Valley,
California
G. E. Fogg, E. M. LaBolle, and G. S. Weissmann 45

Validation Approaches for Field-Basin, and Regional-Scale Water Quality Models
D. J. Mulla and T. M. Addiscott 63

Quantification o f Spatial Variability: Geostatistics, Spatial Statistics, Fuzzy Logic, and Fractals Sampling and Spatial Analysis Techniques for Quantifying Soil Map Unit Composition
R. B. Fergusona nd G. W. Hergert 79

Strategies for Improving Spatial Variability Assessments
A. W. Warrick, J. A. Vargas-Guzmon, S. Mayer, M. Restrepo, and T. R. Ellsworth 93

Incorporating Spatial Variability Into Existing Soils Databases
R. S. Yost, X . Wang, R. E. Green, C. Sangchyoswat, and C. S. Smith 107

Identifying Effective Parameters for Solute Transport Models in Heterogeneous Environments
S. Mayer, T. R. Ellsworth, D. L. Corwin, and K. Loague 119

Fuzzy Inference of Soil Patterns: Implications for Watershed Modeling
A. X. Zhu 135

Application of Fractals to Soil Properties, Landscape Patterns, and Solute Transport in Porous Media
J. W. Crawford, P. Baveye, P. Grindrod, and C. Rappoldt 151

Remote Sensing and Noninvasive Techniques

Remote Sensing in Hydrology
E. T. Engman 165

Spatially Delineating Actual and Relative Evapotranspiration from Remote Sensing to Assist Spatial Modeling of Non-Point Source Pollutants
W. G. M. Bastiaanssen, R. Sakthivadivel, and A. Van Dellen 179

Geospatial Measurements of Soil Electrical Conductivity to Assess Soil Salinity and Diffuse Salt
Loading from Irrigation
J. D. Rhoades, D. L. Cotwin, and S. M. Lesch 197

Estimating Near-Surface Soil Hydraulic Properties with Microwave Remote Sensing
T. Schmugge 217

Transfer Functions, Estimation Methods, and Parameterization

The Current Status of Pedotransfer Functions: Their Accuracy, Reliability, and Utility in Field-and Regional-Scale Modeling
Y. A. Pachepsky, W. J. RawIs, a d D. J. Timfin 223

Application of Artificial Neural Networks for Developing Pedotransfer Functions of Soil Hydraulic
Parameters
]. H. M. Westen and S. Tamari 235

Parameterizing Flow and Transport Models for Field-Scale Applications in Heterogeneous, Unsaturated
Soils
M. L. Rockhold 243

Scale and Scaling Problems

Physical Scales and Spatial Predictability of Transport Processes in the Environment
P. Baveye and C. Boast 261

Case Study and Economics

Spatial and Temporal Variation in Nematocide Leaching, Management Implications for a Costa Rican Banana Plantation
J. J. Stoorvogel, L. Kooistra, and J . Bouma 281

Estimating a Societal Value of Earth Science Information in the Assessment of Non-Point Source
Pollutants
R. L. Bernknopf, K. A. Lenkeit, L. B. Dinitz, and K. Loague 291

Issuesa nd Perspectives

Science, Information, Technology, and the Changing Characterof Public Policy in Non-Point Source
P ollution
J. L. King and D. L. Corwin 309

Modeling Non-Poin tSource Pollutants in the Vadose Zone: Back to the Basics
D. L. Corwin, J. Letey, Jr., and M. L. K. Carrillo 323

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