Water Flow and Solute Transport in Soils: Developments and Applications In Memoriam Eshel Bresler (1930-1991)by David Russo (Editor), Gedeon Dagan (Editor)
"Water Flow and Solute Transport in Soils" reflects the main trends of contemporary research in this field and its applications. The contributions fall into three main areas: - The shastic modeling of solute transport through he- terogeneous soil in the upper layer of the unsaturated zone. - The more traditional scope of analysis of flow through homogeneous or layered formations. - The applications like new devices for field measurements, calculation of solute movement through a soil cover, and the use of geo-statistical methods to quantify solute concentrations in spatially variable soils.
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