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WRRCSR No.06:30:91(I) Simulation of Solute Transport in Heterogeneos Soils - Volume I: Conjunctive Application of Physically Based and System Modeling Approaches

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Title: WRRCSR No.06:30:91(I) Simulation of Solute Transport in Heterogeneos Soils - Volume I: Conjunctive Application of Physically Based and System Modeling Approaches
Authors: Liu, Clark C.K.
Loague, Keith
Chen, Wei
Feng, Jing-Song
Huang, Qin-Ming
Keywords: solute transport
agricultural chemicals
mathematical models
groundwater pollution
aquifers
show 8 moreconvection-dispersion equation
physical parameterization
system parameterization
Fenamiphos
Oxic soils
Kunia
Oahu
Hawaii

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LC Subject Headings: Agricultural chemicals -- Environmental aspects -- Mathematical models.
Groundwater -- Pollution -- Mathematical models.
Soils -- Solute movement -- Mathematical models.
Issue Date: Jun 1991
Publisher: Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Citation: Liu CCK, Loague K, Chen W, Feng JS, Huang QM. 1991. Simulation of solute transport in heterogeneous soils - volume I: conjunctive application of physically based and system modeling approaches. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC special report, 06:30:91(I).
Series/Report no.: WRRC Special Reports
06:30:91(I)
Abstract: Mathematical models that predict the contamination potential of chemical inputs on the soil surface or in the upper unsaturated soil zone are an increasingly important and useful management tool. Mathematical models can be formulated by following physically based and system approaches. In this study, models based on these approaches were developed to simulate Fenamiphos transport in highly aggregated
Hawaiian Oxic soils. Concentration profiles calculated with these models showed rather close similarity to and agreement with measured profiles. Conjunctive use of these models revealed their intrinsic relationship and the consistency between them.
Sponsor: U.S. Geological Survey Grant/Contract No. B-100
Pages/Duration: viii + 38 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/8737
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