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Vertical-horizontal transport and fate of low water solubility chemicals in unsaturated soils


, : Vertical-horizontal transport and fate of low water solubility chemicals in unsaturated soils. Journal of Hydrology 86(1-2): 93-131

This model basically extends to two space-dimensions, all the transport and fate assumptions on the moisture, heat, and toxic chemical fields in a shallow unconfined aquifer, previously given for the vertical transport and the fate model, ODWHCX.--Modified journal abstract.

Accession: 001507335

DOI: 10.1016/0022-1694(86)90009-0

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