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Simultaneous heat and water model of a freezing snow-residue-soil system

Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (87-2567): 29

Simultaneous heat and water model of a freezing snow-residue-soil system

A simultaneous heat and water (SHAW) model for predicting the effects of cultivation and residue management on soil freezing was developed and verified. It can be used to evaluate cultivation-residue management options for hydrologic and crop production purposes.

Accession: 001684514

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