299 Complexity - Addressing the Impacts of Linked Nonlinear Processes

Poster Session
S01 Soil Physics

This session invites submissions that are broadly related to linked nonlinear processes. Of particular interest are water and energy transport (e.g. evaporation, vapor flux, freezing soils), water and solute transport (e.g. density effects), root water uptake, landslide generation, and water flow and soil mechanics. Submissions may be based on theory, modeling, measurement, or amy combination.


Soil Physics
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Lower Level

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Gerard Kluitenberg , Harry Vereecken and Manoj Shukla
Gerard Kluitenberg
Poster #910
Two-Dimensional Spatial and Temporal Monitoring of Soil Water Content in Maize Field Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography.
Sato Toru, Graduate School of Science and Technology Kumamoto University; Maruyama Atsushi, National Agricultural Research Center for Kyushu Okinawa Region; Ono Masahiko, Graduate School of Science and Technology Kumamoto University; Ichiyanagi Kimpei, Graduate School of Science and Technology Kumamoto University; Shimada Jun, Graduate School of Science and Technology Kumamoto University
Poster #911
Water Infiltration and Temperature Movement in Soil with Hand Pan.
Hiroyuki Ochiai, 1-1-1; Nobuhiro Kita, Kanafgawa Agricultural Technology Center; Kosuke Noborio, 1-1-1
Poster #912
Measurement and Modeling of Soil CO2 Production and Flux in Rangeland.
Thijs Kelleners, University of Wyoming; Aditya Verma, University of Wyoming
Poster #913
Effective Hydraulic Functions in Layered Porous Media.
Jianting Zhu, Desert Research Institute
Poster #914
Measurement of Soil Moisture and Temperature During Surface Drying.
Rivka Reichman, IIBR; Todd Skaggs, USDA-ARS, U.S. Salinity Laboratory; Scott Yates, USDA-ARS, USSL
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