Estimation of root water uptake parameters by inverse modeling with soil water content data: ESTIMATION OF ROOT WATER UPTAKE PARAMETERS

@inproceedings{Hupet2003EstimationOR,
  title={Estimation of root water uptake parameters by inverse modeling with soil water content data: ESTIMATION OF ROOT WATER UPTAKE PARAMETERS},
  author={François Hupet and S{\'e}bastien Lambot and Reinder A. Feddes and Jos C. van Dam and Marnik Vanclooster},
  year={2003}
}
[1] In this paper we have tested the feasibility of the inverse modeling approach to derive root water uptake parameters (RWUP) from soil water content data using numerical experiments for three differently textured soils and for an optimal drying period. The RWUP of interest are the rooting depth and the bottom root length density. In a first step, a thorough sensitivity analysis was performed. This showed that soil water content dynamics is relatively insensitive to RWUP and that the… CONTINUE READING

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