Karol Kňava

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The impact of heating on the peristence of water repellency, saturated hydraulic conductivity, and water retention characteristics was examined on soils from both forest and meadow sites in southwest Slovakia shortly after a wet spell. The top 5 cm of meadow soils had an initial water drop penetration time WDPT at 20°C of 457 s, whereas WDPT in the pine(More)
Mountainous forest soils usually contain a large number of rock fragments (particle diameter >2 mm), which influence soil properties. Data characterizing hydraulic properties of these soils usually describe only the fine soil fraction (particle diameter <2 mm) properties. To quantitatively describe soil water movement in stony soils, it is necessary to(More)
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