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Walter J Rawls
Supervisory Hydrologist


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Modeling Solute Transport in Soil Columns Using Advective-Dispersive Equation with Fractional Spatial Derivatives -
San Jose Martinez, F., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2009. Modeling Solute Transport in Soil Columns Using Advective-Dispersive Equation with Fractional Spatial Derivatives. Advances in Engineering Software. 41(1):4-8.
The advective-dispersive equation with spatial fractional derivatives as a model for tracer transport in structured soil Reprint Icon -
San Jose Martinez, F., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2009. The advective-dispersive equation with spatial fractional derivatives as a model for tracer transport in structured soil. Vadose Zone Journal. 8:242-249.
Using the NRCS National Soils Information System (NASIS) to provide soil hydraulic properties for engineering applications -
Rawls, W.J., Nemes, A., Pachepsky, Y.A., Saxton, K.E. 2007. Using the NRCS National Soils Information System (NASIS) to provide soil hydraulic properties for engineering applications. Transactions of the ASABE. 50(5):1715-1718.
Software to estimate –33 and –1500 kPa soil water retention using the non-parametric k-Nearest Neighbor technique -
Nemes, A., Roberts, R.T., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A., Van Genuchten, M.T. 2007. Software to estimate –33 and –1500 kPa soil water retention using the non-parametric k-Nearest Neighbor technique. Journal of Environmental Modeling and Software. 23:254-255.
Using available soil data to populate models to address public concerns -
Nemes, A., Timlin, D.J., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2007. Using available soil data to populate models to address public concerns [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting, November 4-8, 2007, New Orleans, LA. Abstract 37-7. 2007 CDROM.
Software to use the non-parametric k-nearest neighbor approach to estimate soil water retention -
Nemes, A., Roberts, R.T., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A., Van Genuchten, M.T. 2007. Software to use the non-parametric k-nearest neighbor approach to estimate soil water retention [abstract]. BARC Poster Day. Abs. 28.
Fractional Advective-Dispersive Equation as a Model of Solute Transport in Porous Media -
Pachepsky, Y.A., San Jose Martinez, F., Rawls, W.J. 2007. Fractional Advective-Dispersive Equation as a Model of Solute Transport in Porous Media. In: Sabatier, J., Agrawal, O., Machado, J., editors. Advances in Fractional Calculus: Theoretical Developments and Applications in Physics and Engineering. Dordrecht, The Netherlands:Springer Verlag. pp. 218-231.
FRACTIONAL ADVECTIVE-DISPERSIVE EQUATION AS A MODEL OF SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA -
San Jose Martinez, F., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2007. Fractional advective-dispersive equation as a model of solute transport in porous media. In: Sabatier, J., Agrawal, O.P., Teneiro, Machado, I.A. - editors. Advances in Fractional Calculus. Berlin, Germany. Springer Verlag. p. 199-219.
SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE NON-PARAMETRIC NEAREST NEIGHBOR APPROACH TO ESTIMATE WATER RETENTION -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Ya. A., van Genuchten, M. Th. 2006. Sensitivity analysis of the nonparametric nearest neighbor technique to estimate soil water retention. Vadose Zone Journal. 5:1222-1235.
EVALUATING THE FRACTIONAL CONVECTIVE-DISPERSIVE EQUATION AS A SOLUTE TRANSPORT MODEL WITH DATA FROM MISCIBLE DISPLACEMENT EXPERIMENTS -
San Jose Martinez, F., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2006. Evaluating the fractional convective-dispersive equation as a solute transport model with data from miscible displacement experiments [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Meeting. 2006 CDROM.
COMPARING THE FRACTIONAL AND THE CLASSICAL SOLUTE TRANSPORT EQUATIONS WITH DATA ON SOLUTE BREAKTHROUGH IN SOIL COLUMNS -
San Jose Martinez, F., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2006. Comparing the fractional and the classical solute transport equations with data on solute breakthrough in soil columns. The Fifth International Conference on Engineering Computational Technology, September 12-15,2006, Las Palmas, Spain. 2006 CDROM.
FIELD AND POND HYDROLOGIC ANALYSES WITH THE SPAW MODEL -
Saxton, K.E., Wiley, P.H., Rawls, W.J. 2006. Field and pond hydrologic analyses with the SPAW model. In: Proceedings of the Annual International Meeting of American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, July 9-12, 2006, Portland, Oregon. Paper No. 062108.
TESTING THE FRACTIONAL ADVECTIVE-DISPERSIVE EQUATION FOR SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN SOIL WITH DATA FROM MISCIBLE DISPLACEMENT EXPERIMENTS -
San Jose Martinez, F., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J., Canjego, F. 2006. Testing the fractional advective-dispersive equation for solute transport in soil with data from miscible displacement experiments [abstract]. European Geosciences Union General Assembly. Paper No. EGU-06-A-09992.
USE OF THE NON-PARAMETRIC NEAREST NEIGHBOR APPROACH TO ESTIMATE SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A., van Grenuchte, M.T. 2006. Use of the non-parametric nearest-neighbor appraoch to estimate soil hydraulic properties [abstract]. 18th ISSS World Congress of Soil Science Conference. Paper No. 119-3.
INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC MATTER ON THE ESTIMATION OF SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2006. Influence of organic matter on the estimation of saturated hydraulic conductivity [abstract]. 18th ISSS World Congress of Soil Science Conference. Paper No. 82-3.
A PROBABILISTIC APPROACH TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SOIL TEXTURAL AND STRUCTURAL INPUT VARIABLES FOR THE ESTIMATION OF SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY -
Lilly, A., Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2006. A probabilistic approach to the identification of soil textural and structural input variables for the estimation of saturated hydaulic conductivity [abstract]. 18th ISSS World Congress of Soil Science Conference. Paper No. 137-30.
USING ENSEMBLES OF PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS FOR SOIL WATER RETENTION IN FIELD-SCALE WATER FLOW SIMULATIONS -
Guber, A.K., Pachepsky, Y.A., Jacques, D., Van Genuchten, M.T., Rawls, W.J., Nemes, A., Simunek, J., Nicholson, T.J., Cady, R.E. 2006. Using ensembles of pedotransfer functions for soil water retention in field-scale water flow simulations [abstract]. 18th World Congress of Soil Science. Paper No. 119-4.
SOIL WATER CHARACTERISTIC ESTIMATES BY TEXTURE AND ORGANIC MATTER FOR HYDROLOGIC SOLUTIONS. -
Saxton, K.E., Rawls, W.J. 2006. Soil water characteristic estimates by texture and organic matter for hydrologic solutions. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 70:1569-1578.
USE OF THE NON-PARAMETRIC NEAREST NEIGHBOR APPROACH TO ESTIMATE SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Rawls, W.J., Nemes, A., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2006. Use of the non-parametric nearest neighbor approach to estimating soil hydraulic properties. Soil Science of America. 70:327-336.
FIELD-SCALE WATER FLOW SIMULATIONS USING ENSEMBLES OF PEDOTRANFER FUNCTIONS FOR SOIL WATER RETENTION -
Guber, A.K., Pachepsky, Y.A., Van Genuchten, M.T., Rawls, W.J., Simunek, J., Jacques, D., Nicholson, T.J., Cady, R.E. 2005. Field-Scale Water Flow Simulations Using Ensembles of Pedotransfer Functions for Soil Water Retention. Vadose Zone Journal. 5(5):234-247.
ENSEMBLE PREDICTION OF SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES USING A NON-PARAMETRIC TECHNIQUE -
Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A., van Genuchten, R. 2005. Ensemble prediction of soil hydraulic properties using a non-parametric technique [abstract]. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting. 2005 CDROM.
SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE NON-PARAMETRIC NEAREST NEIGHBOR TECHNIQUE TO ESTIMATE SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Rawls, Pachepsky, Y.A., van Genuchten, R. 2005. Sensitivity analysis of the non-parametric nearest neighbor technique to estimate soil hydraulic properties [abstract]. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting. 2005 CDROM.
UTILITY OF NON-PARAMETRIC 'K-NEAREST NEIGHBOR' ALGORITHMS TO ESTIMATE SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2005. Utility of non-parametric ‘k-nearest neighbor’ algorithms to estimate soil hydraulic properties. In: Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference-Innovation and Utility in the Visegrad Fours, October 13-15, 2005, Nyiregyhaza, Hungary. p. 103-108.
THE BALANCED ENTROPY INDEX TO CHARACTERIZE SOIL TEXTURE FOR SOIL WATER RETENTION ESTIMATION -
Martin, M.A., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rey, J.M., Taguas, J., Rawls, W.J. 2005. The balanced entropy index to characterize soil texture for soil water retention estimation. Soil Science. 170(9):759-766.
SOLUTE TRANSPORT SIMULATED WITH THE FRACTIONAL ADVECTIVE-DISPERSIVE EQUATION -
San Jose, F., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2005. Solute transport simulated with the fractional advective-dispersive equation. In: Proceedings of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Second Symposium on Fractional Derivatives and their Applications, September 24-28, 2005, Long Beach, California. Paper No. DETC 2005-84340.
MULTIMODEL ENSEMBLE PREDICTION OF SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES TO SIMULATE FIELD-SCALE SOIL WATER FLOW -
Guber, A.K., Pachepsky, Y.A., Van Genuchten, M.T., Rawls, W.J., Simunek, J., Jacques, D., Nicholson, T.J., Cady, R.E. 2005. Multimodel ensemble prediction of soil hydraulic properties to simulate field-scale soil water flow [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Paper No. 1.
EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT REPRESENTATIONS OF THE PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION TO PREDICT WATER RETENTION -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J. 2006. Evaluation of different representations of the particle size distribution to predict water rentention. Geoderma. 132:47-58.
EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT REPRESENTATIONS OF THE PARTICLE-SIZE DISTRIBUTION TO PREDICT SOIL WATER RETENTION -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2004. Evaluation of different representations of the particle-size distribution to predict soil water retention [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts. 2004 CDROM.
SOIL WATER CHARACTERISTICS -
Saxton, K.E., Rawls, W.J. 2004. Soil water characteristics [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts.
A NEAREST NEIGHBOR TECHNIQUE TO ESTIMATE SOIL WATER RETENTION -
Nemes, A. Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2004. A nearest neighbor technique to estimate soil water retention [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts.
THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC MATTER ON THE ESTIMATION OF SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2005. The Influence of Organic Matter on the Estimation of Saturated Hydraulic conductivity. Soil Science of America Journal. 69:1330-1337.
HYDROPEDOLOGY AND PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS -
Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J., Lin, H. 2005. Hydropedology and pedotransfer functions. Geoderma. Vol. 131:308-316.
USING OF REMOTELY SENSED SOIL MOISTURE TO DETERMINE SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES. -
Rawls, W., Cosh, M., Jackson, T., Nemes, A. 2004. Use of remotely sensed soil moisture to determine soil hydraulic properties. In: Proceedings of the IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, September 20-24, 2004, Anchorage, Alaska. 2004 CDROM.
EFFECT OF SOIL ORGANIC CARBON ON SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Rawls, W.J., Nemes, A., Pachepsky, Y. 2004. Effect of soil organic carbon on soil hydraulic properties. Elsevier Development in Soil Science. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier. 30(6):95-111.
PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES -
Rawls, W.J. 2004. Pedotransfer functions from the United States. Elsevier Development in Soil Science. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier. 30(23):437-446.
SOIL TEXTURE AND PARTICLE DISTRIBUTION AS INPUT TO THE ESTIMATION OF SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Nemes, A., Rawls, W.J. 2004. Soil texture and particle distribution as estimation of soil hydrology. Elsevier Development in Soil Sciences. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier. 30(4):47-64.
STATUS OF PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS -
Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2004. Status of pedotransfer functions. Development of Pedotransfer Functions in Soil Hydrology. p.7-16.
SOIL AGGREGATES AND WATER RETENTION -
Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J., Guber, A., Shein, E. 2004. Soil aggregates and water retention. Elsevier, Amsterdam. Development of Pedotransfer Functions in Soil Hydrology. 30(8):143-150.
WATER RETENTION PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTION FOR A HORIZON -
Rawls, W.J., Nemes, A., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2003. Water retention pedotransfer function for a horizon. Agronomy Society of America, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Meeting.
WATER RETENTION PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTION FOR A HORIZON -
Rawls, W.J., Nemes, A., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2003. Water retention pedotransfer function for a horizon [abstract]. Soil Science Society Of America Annual Meeting.
ENTROPHY-BASED ANALYSIS OF TEXTURE TO ESTIMATE SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Martin, M.A., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rey, J.M., Rawls, W.J., Taquas, F.J. 2003. Entrophy-based analysis of texture to estimate soil hydraulic properties. [Abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. p.194.
ENTROPY-BASED ANALYSIS OF TEXTURE TO ESTIMATE SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPRTIES -
Martin, M.A., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2003. Entropy-based analysis of texture to estimate soil hydraulic proprties. [Abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts. p.194
SPECIFIC AREA OF A TYPIC HAPLUDULT AS AFFECTED BY THE ADDITION OF ORGANIC MATTER -
Fournierer, I.L., Filgueria, R.R., Sikora, L.J., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2003. Specific area of typic hapludult as affected by the addition of organic matter. Ciencia Del Suela. CD-ROM.
REMOTE SENSING IN WATERSHED SCALE HYDROLOGY -
Rawls, W.J., Kustas, W.P., Schmugge, T.J., Ritchie, J.C., Jackson, T.J., Rango, A., Doraiswamy, P. 2003. Remote sensing in watershed scale hydrology. In: Proceedings of the First Interagency Conference on Research in Watersheds, October 27-30, 2003, Benson, Arizona. 580-585.
USE OF SOIL SURVEY INFORMATION FOR DETERMINING SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2003. Use of soil survey information for determining soil hydraulic properties. In: Proceedings of the American Society Of Agricultural Engineering Meeting, July 28-31, 2003, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2003 CDROM.
EFFECT OF SOIL AGGREGATE SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON WATER RETENTION -
Guber, A.K., Rawls, W.J., Shein, E.V. and Pachepsky, Y.A. 2003. Effects of soil aggregate size distribution on water retention. Soil Science. 168:223-233.
USING FRACTAL MODELS IN SCALING AND PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS OF SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2003. [CD-ROM]. Using fractal models in scaling and pedotransfer functions of soil hydraulic properties. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. November 2-6, 2003. Denver, CO. paper #899293.
WATERSHED SCALE REMOTE SENSING RESEARCH IN HYDROMETEOROLOGY -
Kustas, W.P., Hatfield, J.L., Jackson, T.J., Moran, Mary, S., Rango, A., Ritchie, J., Schmugge, T.J., Rawls, W.J. 2002. Watershed scale remote sensing research in Hydrometeorology [abstract]. In: Proceedings of First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watershed, October 27-30, 2003, Benson, Arizona.
MEASURING THE SPECIFIC SURFACE AREA OF SOIL USING NITROGEN: VARIATION DUE TO THE ADDITION OF ORGANIC MATTER -
COMPARISION OF TWO APPROXIMATION TECHNIQUES TO DEVELOP PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS FOR WATER RETENTION OF BRAZILIAN SOILS -
Tomasella, J., Pachepsky, Y.A., Crestana, S., Rawls, W.J. 2003. Comparision of two approximation techniques to develop pedotransfer functions for water retention of Brazilian soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 67:1085-1092.
SOIL SURFACE PROPERTIES AS AFFECTED BY ORGANIC BY-PRODUCTS -
Sikora, L.J., Filgueira, R.R., Fournier, L.L., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2003. Soil surface properties as affected by organic by-products. International Agrophysics 16, 289-295.
USE OF SOIL SURVEY INFORMATION FOR DETERMINING SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
RAWLS, W.J., PACHEPSKY, Y.A. USE OF SOIL SURVEY INFORMATION FOR DETERMINING SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES. SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL. 2003.
THE ADDITIVITY MODEL TO ESTIMATE WATER RETENTION OF MINERAL SOILS -
Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J., Nemes, A., Wosten, J., Zeiliguer, A. 2002. The additivity model to estimate water retention of mineral soils. Abstract of Agronomy Meetings. p.98.
EFFECT OF SOIL AGGREGATE SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON WATER RETENTION -
Guber, A.K., Shein, E.G., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2002. Effect of soil aggregate size distribution on water retention. Abstract of Agronomy Meetings.p.115.
TRANSLATING AVAILABLE BASIC SOIL DATA INTO MISSING SOIL HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS -
Wosten, H., Nemes, A., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J., Zeiliguer, A. 2002. Translating available basic soil data into missing soil hydraulic characteristics. World Congress of Soil Science. Vol.4:135-143
USE OF SOIL SURVEY INFORMATION FOR DETERMINING SOIL HYDRAULIC PARAMETERS FOR HYDROLOGIC MODELING -
Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2002. Use of soil survey information for determining soil hydraulic parameters for hydrologic modeling [CD-ROM]. Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference.
GENERALIZED RICHARDS' EQUATION TO SIMULATE WATER TRANSPORT IN SOILS -
Pachepsky, Y.A., Timlin, D.J., Rawls, W.J. 2003. Generalized Richards' Equation to Simulate Water Transport in Soils. Journal of Hydrology. Vol. 272, p. 3-13.
EFFECT OF SOIL ORGANIC CARBON ON SOIL WATER RETENTION -
RAWLS, W.J., RITCHIE, J.C., PACHEPSKY, Y.A., SOBECKI, T.M., BLOODWORT, HL, EFFECT OF SOIL ORGANIC CARBON ON SOIL WATER RETENTION. GEODERMA. 2003. V. 16. P. 61-76.
SOIL STRUCTURE AND PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS -
Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J. 2003. Soil structure and pedotransfer functions. European Journal of Soil Science. 54:443-452.
USE OF SOIL SURVEY INFORMATION FOR DETERMINING SOIL HYDRAULIC PARAMETERS FOR HYDROLOGIC MODELING -
RAWLS, W.J., PACHEPSKY, Y.A. USE OF SOIL SURVEY INFORMATION FOR DETERMINING SOIL HYDRAULIC PARAMETERS FOR HYDROLOGIC MODELING. FEDERAL INTERAGENCY HYDROLOGIC MODELING CONFERENCE. 2002.
USING FIELD TOPOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTORS TO ESTIMATE SOIL WATER RETENTION -
Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A., 2002. Using field topographic descriptors to estimate soil water retention, Soil Science, vol. 167, no 6. pp. 423-435.
USING SIMILARITY AND NEURAL NETWORK APPROACHES TO INTERPOLATE SOIL PARTICLE-SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS -
Nemes, A., Pachepsky, Y.A., Rawls, W.J., Wosten, H., Zeiliguer, A. 2002. Using similarity and neural network approaches to interpolate soil particle-size distributions. World Congress of Soil Science. p.943-1-943-10.
ESTIMATING SOIL WATER RETENTION USING SOIL COMPONENT ADDITIVITY MODEL -
SPECIFIC SURFACE AREA OF A TYPIC HAPLUDULT AS AFFECTED BY THE ADDITION OF ORGANIC MATTER -
Fournier L.L., Figueira, R.R., Sikora, L.J., Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y.A. 2002. Influencia del agregado de materia organica sobre la superficie espefica del suelo. In: XVIII Congreso Argentino de la Ciencia del suelo, April 16-19, 2002, Puerto Madryn. 2002 CDROM.
EVALUATION OF METHODS TO ESTIMATE MACROPORE CHARACTERISTICS IN MONTMORILLONITIC CLAY SOILS -
USING SIMILARITY AND NEURAL NETWORK APPROACHES TO INTERPOLATE SOIL PARTICLE-SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS -
ESTIMATING SOIL WATER RETENTION IN AGGREGATED SOILS USING THE 'ADDITIVITY' MODEL -
TRANSLATING AVAILABLE BASIC SOIL DATA INTO MISSION SOIL HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS -
SOIL CONSISTENCE AND STRUCTURE AS PREDICTORS OF WATER RETENTION -
Rawls, W.J., Pachepsky, Y. Soil consistence and structure as predictors of water retention. Soil Science of America Journal. 2002. v. 66. p. 1115-1126.
INFERRING SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES FROM SOIL ORGANIC CARBON -
RAWLS, W.J., PACHEPSKY, Y., SOBECKI, T., BLOODWORTH, H. INFERRING SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES FROM SOIL ORGANIC CARBON. CD-ROM. AGRONOMY ABSTRACTS. ASA-SSA-SSA.
SCALING IN SOIL STRUCTURE AND PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS -
PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN AVAILABLE BASIC SOIL DATA AND MISSING SOIL HYDRAULIC DATA: THEIR DEVELOPMENT, UNCERTAINTY AND PRACTICAL USE IN MODELLING -
WOSTEN, J.H.M., PACHEPSKY, Y.A., RAWLS, W.J. PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN AVAILABLE BASIC SOIL DATA AND MISSING SOIL HYDRAULIC DATA: THEIR DEVELOPMENT, UNCERTAINTY AND PRACTICAL USE IN MODELING. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY. V. 251. P. 123-150.
TESTING SOIL WATER RETENTION ESTIMATION WITH THE MUUF PEDOTRANFER MODEL USING DATA FROM THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES -
RAWLS, W.J., PACHEPSKY, Y.A. TESTING THE MUUF PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS WITH THE SOUTHERN PLAIN DATABASE. JOUNAL OF HYDROLOGY. V. 251. P. 177-185.
STATISTICAL PROPERTIES OF SOIL MOISTURE IMAGES REVISITED -
SCALE EFFECTS -
INFILTRATION PROPERTIES -
RAWLS, W.J., INFILTRATION PROPERTIES. LAL, RATTAN, EDITOR. MARCELL DEKKER, NEW YORK, NY. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SOIL SCIENCE. 2002 P. 689-92.
FRACTIONAL ADVECTIVE-DISPERSIVE EQUATION TO SIMULATE SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN SOILS -
EFFECT OF EASTERN GAMAGRASS ON INFILTRATION RATE AND SOIL PHYSICAL AND HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES -
SOIL WATER RETENTION AS AFFECTED BY SCALE: COMPARISON OF FIELD AND LABORATORY DATA -
ESTIMATING WATER RETENTION FROM SOIL PROFILE DESCRIPTIONS -
SOIL WATER RETENTION AS RELATED TO THE TOPOGRAPHIC VARIABLES -
SOIL WATER RETENTION AS AFFECTED BY SCALE:COMPARISON OF FIELD AND LABORATORY DATA -
SOIL NAME AS A SOURCE OF SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES:TESTING THE MUUF PEDOTRANSFER MODEL -
A ONE-PARAMETER RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UNSATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY ANDWATER RETENTION -
ASSESSING THE MACRO MODEL BEHAVIOR WITH ATRAZINE LEACHING IN THE FIELD -
SOIL WATER RETENTION AS RELATED TO TOPOGRAPHIC VARIABLES -
ESTIMATING SOIL WATER-HOLDING CAPACITIES BY LINKING THE FAO SOIL MAP OF THE WORLD WITH GLOBAL SOIL PROFILE DATABASES AND PEDO-TRANSFER FUNCTIONS -
CONVENTIONAL AND FRACTAL GEOMETRY IN SOIL SCIENCE -
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON APPLICATIONS OF FRACTALS IN SOIL SCIENCE -
SOIL NAME AS A SOURCE OF SOIL HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES FOR REGIONAL SIMULATIONS: TESTING THE MUUF PEDOTRANSFER MODEL -
ESTIMATING WATER RETENTION OF SANDY SOILS USING THE ADDITIVITY HYPOTHESIS -
STATUS OF PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS -
INTEGRATING PROCESSES IN SOILS USING FRACTAL MODELS -
SCALE-DEPENDENT PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS -
SENSITIVITY OF FRACTAL PARAMETERS OF SOIL AGGREGATES TO DIFFERENCES IN MANAGEMENT PRACTICES -
SIMULATING SCALE-DEPENDENT SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN SOILS WITH THE FRACTIONAL ADVECTIVE-DISPERSIVE EQUATION -
EFFECTS OF SOIL STRUCTURE ON WATER RETENTION -
EFFECTS OF SOIL MORPHOLOGY ON SOIL WATER RETENTION -
SCALING PROPERTIES OF SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY IN SOIL -
PREDICTING ATRAZINE LEACHING UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS USING MACRO MODEL -
ACCURACY AND RELIABTILITY OF PEDOTRANSFER FUNCTIONS AS AFFECETD BY GROUPINGSOILS ACCORDING TO TAXONOMY, CLIMATE REGIMES, AND TEXTURAL CLASSES -
USE OF BROOKS-COREY PARAMETERS TO IMPROVE ESTIMATES OF SATURATED CONDUCTIVITY FROM EFFECTIVE POROSITY -
USE OF SOIL PENETRATION RESISTANCE AND GMDH TO IMPROVE SOIL WATER RETENTION ESTIMATES -
ESTIMATING SOIL WATER RETENTION USING THE GREGSON ONE-PARAMETER MODEL -
USE OF REMOTE SENSING FOR DETERMINING SPATIAL INFILTRATION CHARACTERTICS -
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