Quantification of Chemical Transport Processes from the Soil to Surface Runoff

Quantification of Chemical Transport Processes from the Soil to Surface Runoff

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Tian, K., Huang, C., Wang, G., Fu, X., Parker, G. 2012. Quantification of Chemical Transport Processes from the Soil to Surface Runoff. Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 42, Number 1. Pages 83-93

hydrology, runoff, surface water, Soil

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/abstracts/42/1/83

The researchers in this study design a laboratory flow cell to quantify the chemical transport from soil to runoff water. Their data confirmed the general form of the convection-diffusion equation; however, the results provide additional quantitative data that describe the contribution of each chemical loading process under different surface runoff/soil hydrological conditions.

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