A daily salt balance model for stream salinity generation processes following partial clearing from forest to pasture

@inproceedings{Bari2006ADS,
  title={A daily salt balance model for stream salinity generation processes following partial clearing from forest to pasture},
  author={M. A. Bari and K. R. J. Smettem},
  year={2006}
}
We developed a coupled salt and water balance model to represent the stream salinity generation process following land use changes. The conceptual model consists of three main components with five stores: (i) Dry, Wet and Subsurface Stores, (ii) a saturated Groundwater Store and (iii) a transient Stream zone Store. The Dry and Wet Stores represent the salt and water movement in the unsaturated zone and also the near-stream dynamic saturated areas, responsible for the generation of salt flux… CONTINUE READING
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