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Record number 302089
Title Application of soil acidification models with different degrees of process description (SMART, RESAM and NUCSAM) on an intensively monitored spruce site
Author(s) Salm, C. van der; Kros, J.; Groenenberg, J.E.; Vries, W. de; Reinds, G.J.
Source In: Solute modelling in catchment systems / Trudgill, S.T., - p. 327 - 346.
Department(s) Winand Staring Centre for Integrated Land, Soil and Water Research
Publication type Chapter in scientific book
Publication year 1995
Keyword(s) zure gronden - kattekleigronden - bosbouw - neerslag - zure regen - zure depositie - chemische eigenschappen - zuurgraad - modellen - onderzoek - acid soils - acid sulfate soils - forestry - precipitation - acid rain - acid deposition - chemical properties - acidity - models - research
Categories Soil Chemistry
Abstract A one-layer (SMART) and a multi-layer (RESAM) soil acidification model with temporal resolutions of one year and a multi-layer model with a resolution of one day (NUCSAM) were applied to an intensively monitored spruce site in Solling, Germany. The major aim was to study the influence of model simplifications and reduction of temporal and vertical resolutions on the simulation of soil solution concentrations. Results showed that all the models were able to simulate most of the concentrations reasonably during the examined period (1973-1989). However, the one-layer model, SMART, had difficulties in simulating strong changes in soil solution concentrations owing to a lower retardation in the soil system.
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