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Record number 123277
Title Spatial and temporal distribution of solute leaching in heterogeneous soils: analysis and application to multisampler lysimeter data
Author(s) Rooij, G.H. de; Stagnitti, F.
Source Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 54 (2002). - ISSN 0169-7722 - p. 329 - 346.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/S0169-7722(01)00185-1
Department(s) Soil Physics, Ecohydrology and Groundwater Management
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Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2002
Keyword(s) bodemwaterbeweging - uitspoelen - hydraulisch geleidingsvermogen - modellen - ruimtelijke variatie - soil water movement - leaching - hydraulic conductivity - spatial variation - models
Categories Soil Physics
Abstract Accurate assessment of the fate of salts, nutrients, and pollutants in natural, heterogeneous soils requires a proper quantification of both spatial and temporal solute spreading during solute movement. The number of experiments with multisampler devices that measure solute leaching as a function of space and time is increasing. The breakthrough curve (BTC) can characterize the temporal aspect of solute leaching, and recently the spatial solute distribution curve (SSDC) was introduced to describe the spatial solute distribution. We combined and extended both concepts to develop a tool for the comprehensive analysis of the full spatio-temporal behavior of solute leaching
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