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Estimation of regional effective soil hydraulic parameters by inverse modeling


, : Estimation of regional effective soil hydraulic parameters by inverse modeling. Water flow and solute transport in soils: developments and applications: 211-231

This chapter explores the inverse modelling approach for describing hydrological phenomena at the regional as opposed to the local (field-plot) scale.

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