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Behaviour of nitrate in a heterogeneous field soil: measurements and modelling on different spatial scales


, : Behaviour of nitrate in a heterogeneous field soil: measurements and modelling on different spatial scales. Hydrological Processes 10(9): 1193-1208

An experimental study characterized the behaviour of nitrate in an agricultural field in Switzerland during winter. The experiment measured nitrate concentration in soil profiles (loess-derived soils) at 40 plots at the beginning and end of the experiment.

Accession: 002763618

DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1099-1085(199609)10:9<1193::aid-hyp379>3.0.co;2-p

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