Development and Applications of the HYDRUS and STANMOD Software Packages and Related Codes

@article{imnek2008DevelopmentAA,
  title={Development and Applications of the HYDRUS and STANMOD Software Packages and Related Codes},
  author={Jirka {\vS}imůnek and Martinus Th. van Genuchten and Miroslav {\vS}ejna},
  journal={Vadose Zone Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={587 - 600}
}
Mathematical models have become indispensable tools for studying vadose zone flow and transport processes. We reviewed the history of development, the main processes involved, and selected applications of HYDRUS and related models and software packages developed collaboratively by several groups in the United States, the Czech Republic, Israel, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Our main focus was on modeling tools developed jointly by the U.S. Salinity Laboratory of the USDA, Agricultural Research… 

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