Spatial Variability and Transport of Nitrate in a Deep Alluvial Vadose Zone

  title={Spatial Variability and Transport of Nitrate in a Deep Alluvial Vadose Zone},
  author={Yuksel S. Onsoy and Tod Harter and Timothy R. Ginn and William R. Horwath},
ies of N cycling processes that have almost exclusively focused on the uppermost soil horizon (0–30 cm, PausLittle empirical evidence exists about the spatial distribution of tian et al., 1990; Tindall et al., 1995; Watkins and BarNO3–N in deep vadose zones and about the associated fate and transport of NO3–N between the root zone and the water table. We investiraclough, 1996; Simek and Kalcik, 1998; Sharmasakkar gated NO3–N occurrence in a deep alluvial vadose zone and its relation et al… CONTINUE READING


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