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Estimation of in situ hydraulic conductivity function from nonlinear filtering theory


, : Estimation of in situ hydraulic conductivity function from nonlinear filtering theory. Water Resources Research 29(4): 1063-1070

A method based on an optimal nonlinear filtering technique was proposed and tested for the determination of the hydraulic conductivity function in a field drainage experiment.

Accession: 002373272

DOI: 10.1029/92wr02593

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