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1 - AGU Geophysical Monograph 108
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Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone

Advanced Information Technologies: GIS, Remote Sensing, Geostatistics, and Solute Transport Modeling
1Introduction: Assessing Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone with Advanced Information Technologies
D.L. Corwin, K. Loague, and T.R. Ellsworth
Solute Transport Modeling
2Options for Modeling Regional Ground Water Pollution Potential by Dissolved Chemicals
W.A. Jury & P.H. Tseng
3Modeling Subsurface Contaminant Reactions and Transport at the Watershed Scale
J.P. Gwo, G.V. Wilson, P.M. Jardine, and E.F. D'Azevedo
4Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment: Hydrogeologic Perspective and Example from Salinas Valley, California
G.E. Fogg, E.M. LaBolle & G.S. Weissmann
5Validation Approaches for Field-, Basin-, and Regional-Scale Water Quality Models
D.J. Mulla & T.M. Addiscott
Quantification of Spatial Variability: Geostatistics, Spatial Statistics, Fuzzy Logic, and Fractals
6Sampling and Spatial Analysis Techniques for Quantifying Soil Map Unit Composition
R.B. Ferguson & G.W. Hergert
7Strategies for Improving Spatial Variability Assessments
A.W. Warrick, S. Mayer, M. Restrepo, T.R. Ellsworth & J.A. Vargas-Guzm?n
8Incorporating Spatial Variability into Existing Soils Databases
R.S. Yost, X. Wang, C.S. Smith, R.E. Green & C. Sangchyoswat
9Identifying Effective Parameters for Solute Transport Models in Heterogeneous Environments
S. Mayer, T.R. Ellsworth, D.L. Corwin & K. Loague
10Fuzzy Inference of Soil Patterns: Implications for Watershed Modeling
A. Zhu
11Application of Fractals to Soil Properties, Landscape Patterns, and Solute Transport in Porous Media
J. Crawford, P. Baveye, P. Grindrod, and C. Rappoldt
Remote Sensing and Noninvasive Techniques
12Remote Sensing in Hydrology
E.T. Engman
13Spatially Delineating Actual and Relative Evapotranspiration from Remote Sensing to Assist Spatial Modeling of Non-Point Source Pollutants
W.G. M. Bastiaanssen, R. Sakthivadivel, and A. van Dellen
14Geospatial Measurements of Soil Electrical Conductivity to Determine Soil Salinity and Diffuse Salt Loading from Irrigation
J.D. Rhoades, D.L. Corwin, and S.M. Lesch
15Estimating Near-Surface Soil Hydraulic Properties with Microwave Remote Sensing
T. Schmugge
Transfer Functions, Estimation Methods, and Parameterization
16The Current Status of Pedotransfer Functions: Their Accuracy, Reliability, and Utility in Field- and Regional-Scale Modeling
Ya A. Pachepsky, W.J. Rawls, and D.J. Timlin
17Application of Artificial Neural Networks for Developing Pedotransfer Functions of Soil Hydraulic Parameters
J.H.M. W?sten and S. Tamari
18Parameterizing Flow and Transport Models for Field-Scale Applications in Heterogeneous, Unsaturated Soils
M.L. Rockhold
Scale and Scaling Problems
19Physical Scales and Spatial Predictability of Transport Processes in the Environment
P. Baveye and C. W. Boast
Case Study and Economics
20Spatial and Temporal Variation in Nematocide Leaching, Management Implications for a Costa Rican Banana Plantation
J.J. Stoorvogel, L. Kooistra, and J. Bouma
21Estimating a Societal Value of Earth Science Information in the Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollutants
R.L. Bernknopf, K.A. Lenkeit, L.B. Dinitz, and K. Loague
Issues and Perspectives
22Science, Information Technology, and the Changing Character of Public Policy in Non-Point Source Pollution
J.L. King and D. L. Corwin
23Modeling Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone: Back to the Basics
D.L. Corwin, J. Letey, Jr., and M.L.K. Carrillo
24Current and Future Trends in the Development of Integrated Methodologies for Assessing Non-Point Source Pollutants
J.P. Wilson
25Are Advanced Information Technologies the Solution to Non-Point Source Pollution Problems?
K. Loague, D.L. Corwin, and T.R. Ellsworth

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