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Main Title Application of the Green and Corey method for computing hydraulic conductivity in hydrologic modeling /
Author Luxmoore, R. J.,
Publisher Oak Ridge National Laboratory, National Technical Information Service,
Year Published 1973
OCLC Number 09926075
Subjects Forests and forestry. ; Environmental hydraulics. ; Soil permeability--Measurement--Computers programs.
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ESBD  Y3.At7 EDFB IBP-73-4 CPHEA/PESD Library/Corvallis,OR 12/08/2016 DISPERSAL
Collation 22 pages : 28 cm.
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"Eastern Deciduous Forest Biome, Analysis of Ecosystems, IBP."--Cover. "April 1973." Funded by National Science Foundation under Interagency Agreement AG199, 40-193-69 with the Atomic Energy Commission, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. "Research supported by the Eastern Deciduous Forest Biome, US-IBP, funded by the National Science Foundation under Interagency Agreement AG 199, 40-193-69 with the Atomic Energy Commission - Oak Ridge National Laboratory." Includes bibliographical references (page 10). Sponsored by U.S. Atomic Energy Commission Contract Number: W-7405-eng-26
Contents Notes
The Green and Corey method for computing the relationship of hydraulic conductivity and soil water content was implemented as a subroutine (SOIL) and coupled with a table lookup subroutine (TABLOK). These subroutines provide a package for use in soil-water modeling at several sites in the Eastern Deciduous Forest Biome. Readily available input data (water content, pressure, conductivity) are set up in SOIL and used in TABLOK such that at a given value of soil-water content the corresponding values for pressure and conductivity are calculated by linear interpolation.