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Posters HS8.3.1

HS8.3.1

Vadose zone hydrology: General Session
Convener: Martine van der Ploeg 
Co-Conveners: Stefano Barontini , Jay Jabro , Majdi Abou Najm , Amro Negm , Fatma Wassar , Mike Kirkby 
Session details
Orals
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 2.44
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A
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Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Stefano Barontini
A.351
EGU2017-654
Change in hyporheic zone residence time under different surface flow states
Suning Liu and Ting Fong May Chui

A.352
EGU2017-18537
Response of subsurface soils covered by sand clay liners to temperature variations
Muawia Dafalla

A.353
EGU2017-1454
Features loess soils (south-eastern part of the city of Dushanbe, Tajikistan)
Violetta Shanina and Aziz Gandzhibekov

A.354
EGU2017-12934
Hydropedological interpretation of arid soilscapes, South Africa
Martin Tinnefeld, Jacobus Van Tol, and Pieter Le Roux

A.355
EGU2017-3193
Impact of slope inclination on salt accumulation
Uri Nachshon

A.356
EGU2017-14423
Comparison of MRI techniques and modelling with R-SWMS for determining solute distribution patterns and root water uptake of a white lupine plant (Lupinus Albus L.).
Axelle Koch, Natalie Schröder, Andreas Pohlmeier, Sarah Garré, Jan Vanderborght, and Mathieu Javaux

A.357
EGU2017-7482
Modified Feddes type stress reduction function for modeling root water uptake: Accounting for limited aeration and low water potential
Andre Peters, Wolfgang Durner, and Sascha C. Iden

A.358
EGU2017-10431
A whole-plant hydraulic capacitance approach to modeling distributed root water uptake and actual transpiration
Tomas Vogel, Jana Votrubova, Michal Dohnal, and Jaromir Dusek

A.359
EGU2017-8489
Comparison of water distribution mechanisms under two localized irrigation techniques (Drip Irrigation & Buried Diffuser) for one week irrigation period in a sandy soil of southeastern Tunisia
Ines Gasmi, Radka Kodešová, Mohamed Mechergui, Antonín Nikodem, and Mohamed Moussa

A.360
EGU2017-9351 | presentation | presentation
Water, heat, and vapor flow in a deep vadose zone under arid and hyper-arid conditions: a numerical study.
Raneem Madi and Gerrit H. de Rooij

A.361
EGU2017-10342
Variably-saturated flow in large weighing lysimeters under dry conditions: parameter identification and predictive modelling using coupled water, vapor and heat flow theory
Sascha Iden, Daniela Reineke, Jeremy Koonce, Markus Berli, and Wolfgang Durner

A.362
EGU2017-10367
Improving prediction of hydraulic conductivity by constraining capillary bundle models to a maximum pore size
Sascha Iden, Andre Peters, and Wolfgang Durner

A.363
EGU2017-12500
Temporal and spatial variability of soil hydraulic properties with implications on soil moisture simulations and irrigation scheduling
Mouna Feki, Giovanni Ravazzani, and Marco Mancini

A.364
EGU2017-18943
Water balance analysis for efficient water allocation in agriculture. A case study: Balta Brailei, Romania
Zenaida Chitu, Giulia Villani, Fausto Tomei, Marian Minciuna, Adrian Aldea, Alexandru Dumitrescu, Cristina Trifu, and Dumitru Neagu

A.365
EGU2017-7006
Nitrate behaviors and its transportation time scale in unsaturated zone under farmlands with different fertilization log in Kumamoto region, southern Japan
Azusa Okumura, Takahiro Hosono, and Jun Shimada

A.366
EGU2017-9139
Evaluating BTEX concentration in soil using a simple one-dimensional vado zone model: application to a new fuel station in Valencia (Spain)
Javier Rodrigo-Ilarri and María-Elena Rodrigo-Clavero

A.367
EGU2017-16409
Heavy metals fluxes and speciation in the surface layer of urban soils in the province of Brescia (Italy)
Marco Peli, Giulia Raffelli, Stefano Barontini, Benjamin C. Bostick, Filippo Donna, Roberto G. Lucchini, and Roberto Ranzi

A.368
EGU2017-18987
Experimental quantification of solute transport through the vadose zone under dynamic boundary conditions with dye tracers and optical methods.
Clemens Cremer and Insa Neuweiler

A.369
EGU2017-12767
SeSBench – An initiative to benchmark reactive transport models for environmental subsurface processes
Diederik Jacques