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Record number 342917
Title Reality and fiction of models and data in soil hydrology
Author(s) Pachepsky, Y.A.; Smettem, K.R.J.; Vanderborght, J.; Herbst, M.; Vereecken, H.; Wösten, J.H.M.
Source In: Unsaturated-zone modeling: progress, challenges and applications. - Dordrecht [etc.] : Kluwer (Wageningen UR Frontis Series 6) - ISBN 9781402029189 - p. 231 - 260.
Event Dordrecht [etc.] : Kluwer (Wageningen UR Frontis Series 6) - ISBN 9781402029189 Frontis workshop on unsaturated-zone modeling, 2004-10-03/2004-10-05
Department(s) Soil Science Centre
PE&RC
Wageningen Environmental Research
Publication type Chapter in scientific book
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) bodemwaterbeweging - hydraulisch geleidingsvermogen - remote sensing - modellen - soil water movement - hydraulic conductivity - remote sensing - models
Categories Soil Physics
Abstract The objective of this paper is to contribute to the ongoing discussion on strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and trends of existing modeling approaches in soil hydrology. We present a comprehensive case study of using integrated data to build a model of groundwater pollution for a watershed, and use this case study to illustrate current opportunities and problems related to quantifying soil variability with remote sensing, geophysical methods and topographic information
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