+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

A physically based model of heterogeneous hillslopes - 2. Effective hydraulic conductivities

A physically based model of heterogeneous hillslopes - 2. Effective hydraulic conductivities

Water Resources Research 25(6): 1227-1233

The concept of using equivalent homogeneous hillslopes to describe the effect of heterogeneous hillslopes on catchment hydrological response is examined in this paper. The transformation of large-scale heterogenity into effective parameter values is described in an accompanying paper. The objective of the work described here was to consider the validity of the effective parameter values used to describe hydraulic conductivity distribution.

Please choose payment method:

(PDF emailed within 0-6 h: $19.90)

Accession: 001740611

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

DOI: 10.1029/wr025i006p01227

Related references

A physically based model of heterogeneous hillslopes - 1. Runoff production. Water Resources Research 25(6): 1219-1226, 1989

Effective hydraulic conductivities in unsaturated heterogeneous media by Monte Carlo simulation. Transport in Porous Media 18(3): 203-216, 1995

A physically based model for calculating contributing area on hillslopes and along valley bottoms. Water Resources Research 39(12): 1332, 2003

Study of runoff generation on hillslopes using tracer experiments and a physically-based numerical hillslope model. Hydrology, water resources and ecology in headwaters Proceedings of HeadWater' 98, Meran/Merano, Italy, 20-23 April 1998: 353-360, 1998

Upscaling hydraulic conductivities in heterogeneous media: an overview. Journal of Hydrology Amsterdam 183(1/2): ix-xxxii, 1996

A physically based model for mobilization of kaolinite particles under hydraulic gradients. Journal of Hydrology 172(1-4): 331-350, 1995

Scale-dependency of effective hydraulic conductivity on fire-affected hillslopes. Water Resources Research 52(7): 5041-5055, 2016

Curve numbers and Green-Ampt effective hydraulic conductivities. Water resources bulletin 32(1): 125-136, 1996

Effective hydraulic conductivities of transient unsaturated flow in stratified soils. Water Resources Research 23(1): 57-67, 1987

Nonlinear Inversion of an Unconfined Aquifer: Simultaneous Estimation of Heterogeneous Hydraulic Conductivities, Recharge Rates, and Boundary Conditions. Transport in Porous Media 102(2): 275-299, 2014

Hydraulic conductivities and effective diffusion coefficients of geosynthetic clay liners with organobentonite amendments. Geotextiles and Geomembranes 23(5): 385-400, 2005

Using curve numbers to determine baseline values of green-ampt effective hydraulic conductivities. Water resources bulletin 31(1): 147-158, 1995

Physically-based model of soil hydraulic properties accounting for variable contact angle and its effect on hysteresis. Advances in Water Resources 59: 169-180, 2013

Modeling the scale-dependent relationship between effective and slug test-determined saturated hydraulic conductivities. Geological Society of America 40.6, 2008

Comparison of numerical and analytical estimates for effective unsaturated conductivities for stratified, heterogeneous media. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 73(43, Suppl, 1992