Effects of rainfall intensity and antecedent soil water content on soil infiltrability under rainfall conditions using the run off-on-out method

@inproceedings{Liu2011EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of rainfall intensity and antecedent soil water content on soil infiltrability under rainfall conditions using the run off-on-out method},
  author={Han Liu and Tingwu Lei and Jun Zhao and Cuiping Yuan and Yon tao Fan and Liqin Qu},
  year={2011}
}
Summary Soil infiltrability, or infiltration capacity, is the rate at which water penetrates into the soil at a rate directly controlled by soil factors alone. The infiltrability is of great importance in understanding and managing hydrological processes, crop water supply, irrigation, and soil erosion. The infiltration dynamics measured with the run off-on-out (ROOO) method follows the changes in infiltrability during the infiltration process under rainfall conditions. In this study, the ROOO… CONTINUE READING

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