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Water transport in desert alluvial soil
AuthorKearl, Peter M.
AdvisorCase, Clinton M.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Water transport in desert alluvial soil was studied. The influence of heat flow in soils and vapor transport was investigated in addition to saturated and unsaturated transport. The hydraulic conductivity and infiltrations rates were determined for the studied soil.
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