Soil Water Repellency

Author: C.J. Ritsema
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080523217
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The fourth section is devoted to the effect of fire on water repellency, section five deals with the physics and modeling of flow and transport in water repellent soils, section six presents amelioration techniques and farming strategies to ...

Soil Science

Author: Sally D. Logsdon
Publisher: ASA-CSSA-SSSA
ISBN: 9780891188490
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Soil water repellency can be caused by a variety of compounds and processes
and generally occurs after a period of drying weather. Under such conditions, the
soil can change from a wettable to a water-repellent state when dried below its ...

Principles Of Soil Conservation And Management

Author: Humberto Blanco-Canqui
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402087098
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Download Read Online Wettability Wettability is the ability of a soil to absorb water. Some soil
aggregates exhibit slight water repellency due to the coating of their surface by
soil organic matter -derived exudates and humic substances which form
hydrophobic ...

Fire Effects On Soils And Restoration Strategies

Author: A Cerda
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781439843338
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Stefan H. Doerr1*, Richard A. Shakesby1 and Lee H. MacDonald2 Abstract Soil
water repellency (hydrophobicity) prevents water from wetting or infiltrating dry
soil. This condition has been documented under a wide range of vegetation types

Soil Water Repellency And The Use Of Nonionic Surfactants

Author: John Letey
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ABSTRACT Soil water repellency has become an increasingly important
consideration in the area of hydrology. Our laboratory has conducted research (1
) to determine factors causing soil water repellency, (2) to characterize and
measure soil ...