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Water and heat balance of soil under a constant ground water table. Comparison between Kuronoppo soil (volcanic ash soil) and Iwatabara soil (diluvial soil) in lysimeter experiments

Water and heat balance of soil under a constant ground water table. Comparison between Kuronoppo soil (volcanic ash soil) and Iwatabara soil (diluvial soil) in lysimeter experiments

Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering (75): 20-25

Kuronuppo volcanic ash soil was characterized by low thermal conductivity and a large coefficient of water permeability, resulting in a small heat flux and high evaporation rates.

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