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Various processes within the unsaturated zone affect ground-water availability and portability, as well as concentrations of water vapor and trace gases in the atmosphere. The rate at which precipitation or applied irrigation water infiltrates, its redistribution following infiltration, and the partitioning of the redistributed soil moisture between ground-water recharge and evapotranspiration affect the rate at which the ground-water reservoir is replenished and the degree to which ground water might be contaminated by chemical applications, spills, or disposal. Consequently, knowledge of and methods to quantitatively measure and predict these processes are needed to determine the impact of such societal practices...
Biogeochemical influences on the determination of water chemistry in a temperate forest basin: Factors determining the pH value
Mathematical modelling of runoff and material transport from drainage areas into recipient water bodies
Effect of climate on surface flow along a climatological gradient in Israel: A field rainfall simulation approach
Stratabound Pathways of Preferred Groundwater Flow: An Example From the Copper Ridge Dolomite in East Tennessee