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Variability of unsaturated zone water transport parameters: implications for hydrological modelling. 2. Predicted vs. in situ measurements and elevation of methods



Variability of unsaturated zone water transport parameters: implications for hydrological modelling. 2. Predicted vs. in situ measurements and elevation of methods



Journal of Hydrology Amsterdam 148(1-4): 133-147



Two methods to estimate the saturated and unsaturated hydraulic conductivity of soil were compared in the Slapton Wood Catchment, Devon, UK. The catchment of three land uses domains: arable, permanent grass and woodland. In situ measurements using a Guelph permeameter were compared to the predictive model of Rawls and Brakensiek which used percentage of sand, percentage of clay and porosity as input.

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