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Water and heat balance of soil under the condition of constant groundwater table: comparison between Kuronoppo soil (volcanic ash soil) and Iwatabara soil (diluvial soil) packed in lysimeter



Water and heat balance of soil under the condition of constant groundwater table: comparison between Kuronoppo soil (volcanic ash soil) and Iwatabara soil (diluvial soil) packed in lysimeter



Nogyo Doboku Gakkai ronbunshu Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation Drainage and Reclamation Engineering: (75) 20-25




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