SSS2.5/HS8.3.9Progress and Challenges in Understanding Vadose Zone Processes: Commuting between soil science and hydrology (co-organized)
|Co-Conveners: Preben Olsen , Marnik Vanclooster , Artemi Cerdà , Jonay Neris|
Tuesday, 9 April 2013
Chairperson: Marnik Vanclooster
Can soil surface sealing be a natural compensation mechanism for soil water loss under future dry conditions?
Shai Sela, Tal Svoray, and Shmuel Assouline
Sensitivity analyses of a colloid-facilitated contaminant transport model for unsaturated heterogeneous soil conditions.
Yann Périard, Silvio José Gumiere, Alain N. Rousseau, and Jean Caron
Taking into account the heterogeneity and the temporal variability of the soil structure to implement relevant soil hydraulic properties
Isabelle Cousin, Marion Tetegan, Abad Chabbi, and Nathalie Korboulewski
Observation of flow processes in the vadose zone using ERT on different space and time scales: results, obstacles, and suggestions
Ursula Noell, Christina Ganz, Axel Lamparter, Wilhelmus Duijnisveld, and Jörg Bachmann
Leaching of bentazon from Danish agricultural fields
Annette Elisabeth Rosenbom, Jeanne Kjær, Walter Brüsch, and Preben Olsen
Modeling pedogenesis at multimillennium timescales: achievements and challenges