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Modeling of Nonequilibrium Bromide Transport through Alluvial Gravel Vadose Zones

Dann, Rodney; Bidwell, V; Thomas, S; Wohling, T; Close, M


Understanding solute transport and flux through the vadose zone is important for predicting potential contaminant loading to groundwater systems. Two dual-permeability models: mixing cell (MC) and HYDRUS 1D (H1DDP) were used to simulate long-term nonequilibrium Br- leaching using data derived from suction cup samples at two field sites (sampled to 7- and 4-m depths) on the Canterbury Plains, New Zealand. Effective model parameters were derived by inverse methods to represent average transport...[Show more]

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Date published: 2010
Type: Journal article
Source: Vadose Zone Journal
DOI: 10.2136/vzj2009.0127


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