Spatial Patterns of Soil Moisture
AbstractThe previous study of soil moisture is an important factor in hydrological context. Most of the models assume that the initial moisture is constant but most of the time this assumption is more theoretical one. In this paper the focus on the spatial pattern of soil moisture because when an area is recurrent survey for soil water content the sites can be fixed where the soil is consistently wetter or consistently dryer than the average across the studied area, depending of the experiment interest. The spatial pattern study was made over one transect during three consecutive years from April to October in each year.
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