American Geophysical Union, 2002. — 340 p. — ISBN 0875909884.Modern theories of mass and heat transfer in the biosphere, based on notions of a soil-plant-atmosphere thermodynamic continuum focused on water, were generally formulated by the mid-20th century. They tended to be reductionist and flow equations combined macroscopic laws of flow and of material and energy balance. They were difficult to solve because material transfer properties tend to be strongly related to the local concentration of an entity of concern, to the location, or to both. The architecture of the soil and the plant canopy also complicated their formulation, the scale of their application and their test.Introduction Contributions to Environmental Mechanics: Introduction John Philip A Convergence of Paths That Culminated in John Philip's 1995 Video Recorded History of Hydrology Interview Simplification Plus Rigorous Analysis: The Modus Operandi of John Philip Infiltration Theory Infiltration Under Constant Head and Falling Head Conditions Capillary Rise of Water Into Soil as Described by a Solution of Burgers' Equation Effect of Gravity and Model Characteristics on Steady Infiltration From Spheroids The Seepage Exclusion Problem for Tunnel Cavities in the Saturated Capillary Fringe Column Flow in Stratified Soils and Fingers in Hele-Shaw Cells: A Review Wetting Front Evolution in Randomly Heterogeneous Soils Swelling Soils and Solute Transport On Hydrostatics and Matristatics of Swelling Soils Water and Solute Transfer in Porous Media Equilibrium Moisture Profiles in Consolidating, Sulfidic, Coastal Clay Soils Solute Transport in Infiltration-Redistribution Cycles in Heterogeneous Soils Analytical Solutions for Two-Dimensional Solute Transport With Velocity-Dependent Dispersion Stability Criteria for the Vertical Boundary Layer Formed by Throughflow Near the Surface of a Porous Medium Injection of Dilute Brine and Crude Oil/Brine/Rock Interactions General Aspects of Water Flow in Soils Multidimensional Flow of Water in Unsaturated Soils Effect of Temperature on Capillary Pressure Soil Water Hysteresis Prediction Model Based on Theory and Geometric Scaling How Useful are Small-Scale Soil Hydraulic Property Measurements for Large-Scale Vadose Zone Modeling? The Role of Estimation Error in Probability Density Function of Soil Hydraulic Parameters: Pedotop Scale Searching Below Thresholds: Tracing the Origins of Preferential Flow Within Undisturbed Soil Samples Effect of Forced Convection on Soil Water Content Measurement With the Dual-Probe Heat-Pulse Method Micrometeorology Momentum Transfer to Complex Terrain Diffusion of Heavy Particles in a Turbulent Flow A Simple One-Dimensional Model of Coherent Turbulent Transfer in Canopies The Concept of the Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum and Applications Rootzone Processes, Tree Water-Use and the Equitable Allocation of Irrigation Water to Olives
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