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Behaviour of subsurface water and solute transport in a steep forested mountainous basin, Japan


, : Behaviour of subsurface water and solute transport in a steep forested mountainous basin, Japan. Hydrology of warm humid regions: Proceedings of an international symposium held at Yokohama, Japan, 13-15 July 1993: 471-479

The mechanism of soil water movement was investigated in relation to solute transport processes in a mountainous headwater basin overlain by a thick soil layer with steep forested slopes in Japan. The soil moisture content, pressure head of soil water, electrical conductivity, pH and isotopic composition of soil water were monitored. The seasonal difference in soil moisture content between June and February was small (67 mm, 4.1% by volume).


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