vadose zone

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vadose zone

[′vā‚dōs ‚zōn]
(geology)
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(2005) to predict the relative risk of microbial pathogen transport from land to groundwater through soil and the vadose zone across New Zealand.
Cornelis, "Prediction of water retention of soils from the humid tropics by the nonparametric-nearest neighbor approach," Vadose Zone Journal, vol.
These diffractions probably originated from shallow epigene enlargement of fractures or joints by descending vadose waters (Fig.
The proposed approach provides systematic irrigation management based on fixed water suctions in the vadose zone.
Chen et al., "Finite analytic method for solvingthe unsaturated flow equation," Vadose Zone Journal, vol.
They cover managing transboundary karst aquifers; characterizing and monitoring karst aquifers; the water flow in karst: from vadose to discharge zone; and the engineering, sustainable use, and protection of water in karst.
Basara, "Passive microwave soil moisture downscaling using vegetation index and skin surface temperature," Vadose Zone Journal, vol.
Geomicrobiology of high-level nuclear waste-contaminated vadose sediments at the Hanford site, Washington state".
The SAGBI also does not consider characteristics of the vadose zone (the unconsolidated material below soil and above the groundwater table) or depth to groundwater.