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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Plants, Soils, and Climate
Sterling A. Taylor
Water moves in soil in response to potential gradients. The basic equation for this movement is the generalized flow equation: v = - KV0 in which v is volume of water passing through a unit area in unit time, K is the conductivity coefficient, V is the gradient operator (vector), and V 0 is the potential gradient.
Meeuwig, Richard O'Bannon, "Effects of Temperature on Moisture Conductivity in Unsaturated Soil" (1964). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3793.
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