Influence of soil structure and root water uptake on flow in the unsaturated zone

Anna Kuhlmann
The unsaturated zone is the part of the soil between the aquifer and the atmosphere. Unsaturated flow processes are highly dynamic and control e.g. the growth of plants or groundwater recharge. Environmental problems such as the agricultural use of arid regions and groundwater contamination call for sustainable solutions, which can only be achieved with model predictions. To improve the quality of models, a sound understanding of unsaturated flow processes and the used model approaches is...
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