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Macropores and Water Flow in Soils

Macropores and Water Flow in Soils,10.1029/WR018i005p01311,Water Resources Research,Keith Beven,Peter Germann

Macropores and Water Flow in Soils   (Citations: 794)
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Journal: Water Resources Research - WATER RESOUR RES , vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 1311-1325, 1982
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    • ...The I will be larger if there is preferential flow through large pores, including biopores created by roots and soil fauna, or through cracks in the soil, especially in clay soils (Beven and Germann 1982, Shipitalo et al...

    Catherine Boninet al. Soil physical and hydrological properties under three biofuel crops in...

    • ...Beven and Germann 1982, Henderson et al...

    J. Davieset al. Comparison of a Multiple Interacting Pathways model with a classical k...

    • ...While applicable to regional groundwater systems, this approach is not well suited to the type of catchment hillslopes with relatively shallow flow pathways that is of interest here where the flow system may include transient saturation, macropores and other types of small‐scale preferential flows [Beven and Germann, 1982; Hooper et al., 1990; Peters and Ratcliffe, 1998; Burns et al., 1998, 2001; Freer et al., 2002; Seibert et al., 2003]...
    • ...A further assumption is needed, concerning the mixing of water particles’ age sampled by the exit fluxes Q and ET. One may be concerned with the existence of macropores and preferential flow paths through which new (or old) water may be arriving early at the control section if those pathways are activated as often happens in structured soils [Beven and Germann, 1982], or old water‐ first assumptions may also be operating under conditions ...

    A. Rinaldoet al. Catchment travel time distributions and water flow in soils

    • ...It is expected, therefore, that water infiltration rates have increased in the soil subject to naturalization in part as a result of these biological factors (Beven and Germann 1982)...

    Andrew A. Millwardet al. Naturalization as a strategy for improving soil physical characteristi...

    • ...Beven and Germann [1982] indicated that macropores in soil layers may be associated with either living or decayed tree roots and that the structure of macropore systems derived from roots may be very effective at channeling water through the soil layers...

    Wei-Li Lianget al. Soil water dynamics around a tree on a hillslope with or without rainw...

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