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Hillslope soil moisture flow approximation by a one-dimensional formulation

Hillslope soil moisture flow approximation by a one-dimensional formulation

ASAE Paper (82-2026): 28

One-dimensional equations which are approximations of hillslope soil moisture flow are presented. Numerical solutions for two of these approximations are compared to a two-dimensional formulation based on the Richards equation.

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