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Agricultural Management Effects On Soil Water Processes Part I: Soil Water Retention And Green And Ampt Infiltration Parameters

W. J. Rawls, D. Brakensiek, B. Soni
Published 1983 · Engineering

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ABSTRACT A method for predicting changes in soil porosity caused by different types of tillage is developed. Soil porosity change is incorporated into procedures for estimating soil water retention properties and Green and Ampt parameters based on soil texture, or soil separates, organic matter, and bulk density.

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