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


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