Soil-Water Interactions: Mechanisms Applications, Second Edition, Revised Expanded
Emphasizing pioneering achievements, this work offers a clear and systematic description of various soil-water phenomena and their applications to soil problems such as water retention and the flux of water in soils and clays. This second edition contains material on the physical properties of adsorbed water, the application of fractal theory to solute and water flows in field soils, fingering research, and more.
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ENERGY CONCEPT AND THERMODYNAMICS OF WATER
INTERACTION BETWEEN SOIL PARTICLES AND SOIL
INTERACTION BETWEEN PARTICLES THROUGH WATER
Through Clay Layers
UNSATURATED WATER MOVEMENT
FIELD WATER REGIMES
addition adsorbed analysis application assumed becomes calculated capillary charge chemical potential clay coefficient Colloid concentration concept considered constant curves decreases density dependence described diffusion dispersion distance distribution domain drying effect electric energy equal equation equilibrium et al exist experimental Figure flow force front function given gradient hydraulic conductivity hysteresis increase infiltration interaction Interface ions Japanese larger layer mean measured method moisture montmorillonite movement negative obtained paddy fields particles percolation physical plates pore porous media predicted pressure Proc properties range relation relationship represents samples sand saturated scale shown in Fig shows Soil Sci soil water solution structure studies suction surface surface charge surface tension swelling Table Tabuchi temperature theory Thermodynamics transport unsaturated values variable volume water content water in soil Water Resour wetting