An investigation of localised soil heterogeneities on solute transport using a multisegement percolation system

@inproceedings{Stagnitti2010AnIO,
  title={An investigation of localised soil heterogeneities on solute transport using a multisegement percolation system},
  author={F. Stagnitti and John Sherwood and Graeme Allinson and Lynne Evans and Mayumi Allinson and Ling Li and Ian Phillips},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract A multisegment percolation system (MSPS) consisting of 25 individual collection wells was constructed to study the effects of localised soil heterogeneities on the transport of solutes in the vadose zone. In particular, this paper discusses the transport of water and nutrients (NO3 _, Cl−, PO4 3‐) through structurally stable, free‐draining agricultural soil from Victoria, Australia. A solution of nutrients was irrigated onto the surface of a large undisturbed soil core over a 12‐h… CONTINUE READING

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