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Record number 452475
Title Transport in the atmosphere-vegetation-soil continuum
Author(s) Moene, A.F.; Dam, J.C. van
Source New York, NY : Cambridge University Press - ISBN 9780521195683
Department(s) Meteorology and Air Quality
Soil Physics and Land Management
Publication type Scientific book (author)
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) ecohydrologie - hydrologie - bodemfysica - micrometeorologie - meteorologie - atmosfeer - vegetatie - bodemkunde - bodemwater - transportprocessen - beweging in de bodem - ecohydrology - hydrology - soil physics - micrometeorology - meteorology - atmosphere - vegetation - soil science - soil water - transport processes - movement in soil
Categories Soil Science (General) / Water Management (General) / Meteorology (General)
Abstract Traditionally, soil science, atmospheric science, hydrology, plant science and agriculture have been studied largely as separate subjects. These systems are clearly interlinked, however, and in recent years a great deal of interdisciplinary research has been undertaken to better understand the interactions. This textbook was developed from a course that the authors have been teaching for many years on atmosphere-vegetation-soil interactions at one of the leading international research institutes in environmental science and agriculture. The book describes the atmosphere-vegetation-soil continuum from the perspective of several interrelated disciplines, integrated into one textbook.
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