Fractal models for predicting soil hydraulic properties: a review

@inproceedings{Gimnez1997FractalMF,
  title={Fractal models for predicting soil hydraulic properties: a review},
  author={Daniel Romeo Gim{\'e}nez and Ed Perfect and Walter J. Rawls and Ya. A. Pachepsky},
  year={1997}
}
Modern hydrological models require information on hydraulic conductivity and soil-water retention characteristics. The high cost and large spatial variability of measurements makes the prediction of these properties a viable alternative. Fractal models describe hierarchical systems and are suitable to model soil structure and soil hydraulic properties. Deterministic fractals are often used to model porous media in which scaling of mass, pore space, pore surface and the size-distribution of… CONTINUE READING

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