161 Symposium--Modeling Hydrologic Processes in Soils and Landscapes
Oral SessionS10 Wetland Soils Hydrologic models have gained widespread acceptance and are proving themselves useful for a number of practical applications in soil science. Despite this, they remain a confusing topic for many researchers who could benefit from their usage. The purpose of this symposium is to review selected hydrologic models by presenting the types of information they provide and illustrating their application to solving problems in environmental applications in wetlands restoration, onsite wastewater system performance, solute transport, and riparian buffer performance.
Cosponsor(s):Soil Physics, Wetland Soils