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A review of model applications for structured soils: b) Pesticide transport.
The past decade has seen considerable progress in the development of models simulating pesticide transport in structured soils subject to preferential flow (PF). Most PF pesticide transport modelsExpand
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A review of model applications for structured soils: a) Water flow and tracer transport.
Although it has many positive effects, soil structure may adversely affect the filtering function of the vadose zone that protects natural water resources from various sources of pollution.Expand
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Effect of Catch Cropping on Phosphorus Bioavailability in Comparison to Organic and Inorganic Fertilization
ABSTRACT Phosphorus (P) is a limited resource and its efficient use is a main task in sustainable agriculture. In a 3-year field experiment the effects of catch cropping [oil radish (RaphanusExpand
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Inverse Mobile–Immobile Modeling of Transport During Transient Flow: Effects of Between‐Domain Transfer and Initial Water Content
Mobile–immobile models (MIM) have rarely been used for inverse simulation of measurements of variably saturated water flow and contaminant transport. We evaluated two MIM approaches with waterExpand
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Multi-process herbicide transport in structured soil columns: experiments and model analysis.
Model predictions of pesticide transport in structured soils are complicated by multiple processes acting concurrently. In this study, the hydraulic, physical, and chemical nonequilibrium (HNE, PNE,Expand
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Estimating the hydraulic functions of dual-permeability models from bulk soil data
[1] Predictions of nonequilibrium preferential flow and transport are limited as long as the fracture and the matrix pore system cannot be represented by separate hydraulic functions. PreviousExpand
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A comprehensive study of nutrient losses, soil properties and groundwater concentrations in a degraded peatland used as an intensive meadow – Implications for re-wetting
Summary Most of the once ecologically valuable and widespread peatlands in Western Europe as well as in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (North-Eastern Germany) have been drained in the course of theExpand
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Bromide transport at a tile-drained field site: experiment, and one- and two-dimensional equilibrium and non-equilibrium numerical modeling
Systematically tile drained field sites have been recognized as one major source for surface water contamination with agrochemicals. To study the effects of tile drainage and physical non-equilibriumExpand
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Effect of organic, inorganic, and combined organic and inorganic P fertilization on plant P uptake and soil P pools
Phosphorus (P) is a limited resource, and its efficient use is a main task in sustainable agriculture. In a 6-year field experiment on a loamy-sand soil poor in P, the effects of organic, inorganic,Expand
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Effective Diffusion Coefficients of Soil Aggregates with Surface Skins
Dual-permeability model simulations and sensitivity studies indicate that preferential solute leaching in structured soil is intensified by a limited solute mass transfer between preferential flowExpand
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