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Autor: Wenceslau Geraldes Teixeira
ISBN-13: 9783319060125
Einband: Book
Seiten: 499
Gewicht: 868 g
Format: 244x164x25 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Application of Soil Physics in Environmental Analyses

Progress in Soil Science
Measuring, Modelling and Data Integration
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Wenceslau Geraldes Teixeira, an agronomist, got his degree in Agronomy from the Federal University of Viçosa in Brazil (1985 to 1989), his master degree in Soil Science from the Federal University of Lavras in Brazil (1990 to 1992) and his PhD in Soil Physics from University of Bayreuth in Germany (1998 to 2001). Since 1995, he has worked for the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture at the Center of Brazilian Agricultural Research from the Occidental Region of Amazon (Embrapa - Amazonia Ocidental), Brazil and he is also an associate professor at the Federal University of the Amazon (UFAM). His work focuses on tropical soil management and conservation. The main research areas are: soil physical quality standards for tropical soils, characterization of anthropic soils (Terra preta de Índio) and use of charcoal as soil conditioner (biochar)". He co-edited "Amazonian Dark Earths: Wim Sombroek's Vision", published by Springer in 2009.
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Part 1 - Integrating data in soil physics Knowledge chains, linking cutting-edge research on flow phenomena in soils with tacit knowledge from field research; Johan Bouma,
Hydropedology: Linking Dynamic Soil Properties with Soil Survey Data; Henry Lin, Weihua Zhang, Haoliang Yu
Part 2 - Data analysis in soil physics and pedotransfers functions
State-Space Analysis in Soil Physics; Ole Wendroth, Yang Yang, Luís Carlos Timm
Spatial relationships between soil water content and hydraulic conductivity in a highly structured clay soils; Sidney Rosa Vieira, Célia Regina Grego, G. Clarke Topp, D. W. Reynolds
State-space approach to understand Soil-Plant-Atmosphere relationships; Luís Carlos Timma, Klaus Reichardt, Cláudia Liane Rodrigues de Lima, Leandro Sanzi Aquino, Letiane Helwig Penning, Durval Dourado-Neto
Pedotransfer functions for Brazilian soils; Alexandre Hugo Cezar Barrosa, Quirijn de Jong van Lier
Part 3 - Different approaches for the characterization of soil physical quality indicators
An Algorithm for Mapping the Spatial Variability of Soil Physical Quality; Marcos Bacis Ceddiaa, Sergio Drumond Ventura, Rosane Ferreira de Oliveira, André Luis Oliveira Villela, Carlos Alberto Alves Varella
A Preliminary Proposal for the Structural Classification Of Soil Pore Space; Theophilo Benedicto Ottoni Filhoa, Marta Vasconcelos Ottoni
Indicators of soil physical quality: from simplicity to complexity; Alvaro Pires da Silvaa, Ary Bruand, Cássio Antônio Tormena, Euzebio Medrado da Silva, Glenio Guimarães Santos, Neyde Fabíola Balarezo Giarola, Rachel Muylaert Locks Guimarães, Robélio Leandro Marchão, Vilson Antônio Klein
Monitoring soil water in irrigated soils of the Brazilian semi-arid region: an opportunity to improve water use; Luis Henrique Bassoia
Part 4 - Sensors and monitoring in soil physics
Sensor Network Data Assimilation in Soil Water Flow Modeling; Yakov Pachepskya, Feng Pan, Gonzalo Martinez
New Perspectives for the Application of High-Resolution Benchtop X-Ray MicroCT for Quantifying Void, Solid and Liquid Phases in Soils; Carlos Manoel Pedro Vaz, Markus Tullerb, Paulo Renato Orlandi Lassoa, Sílvio Crestana
Unsaturated soil hydraulic conductivity in the Central Amazon: field evaluations; Wenceslau Geraldes Teixeiraa, Gotz Schroth, Jean Dalmo Marques, Bernd Huwe
Soil Moisture and Soil Water Storage using Hydrological Modeling and Remote Sensing; Otto Corrêa Rotunno Filhoa, Afonso Augusto Magalhães de Araujo, Luciano Nóbrega Rodrigues Xavier, Daniel Medeiros Moreira, Rafael Carneiro Di Bello, Adilson Elias Xavier, Lígia Maria Nascimento de Araujo
Part 5 - Creating databases and models applied to soil physics
The Use of Numerical Flow and Transport Models in Environmental Analyses; Martinus Th. van Genuchten, Carolina Naveira-Cotta, Todd H. Skaggs, Amir Raoof, Elizabeth M. Pontedeiro
The Use of Multicomponent Solute Transport Models in Environmental Analyses; Jirí Simuneka, Diederik Jacques, Tiago B. Ramos, Bertrand Leterme
Hydraulic properties and non-equilibrium water flow in soils; Wolfgang Durnera, Efstathios Diamantopoulosa
Water availability to plants; Quirijn de Jong van Liera
Experiences and challenges in developing European Soil hydrological Databases; Allan Lillya, Attila Nemes, Henk Wösten, Roland Hiederer
A Hydrophysical Database to develop Pedotransfer Functions for Brazilian Soils: Challenges and Perspectives; Marta Vasconcelos Ottoni, Maria Leonor Ribeiro Casimiro Lopes Assad, Yakov Pachepsky, Otto Corrêa Rotunno Filho
The importance to preserve soil and water have is increasingly recognized. Agricultural practices and ecological trends both affect and are affected by soil physical properties. The more frequency of natural disasters, as landslides and thunderstorms addresses the importance to integrate soil characteristics in predictive models. Soil physics research has grown considerably specially in the use of innovative sensors, soil databases, and modeling techniques have been introduced into soil water relationship and environmental monitoring. Those advances are thoroughly dispersed in articles and conference proceedings In this volume, the authors will bring together the effectiveness of many new field and lab sensors and examine the current state-of-the-art in modeling and data analysis. It also includes innovative approaches and case studies in tropical soils. Future directions in soil physics research are given by key researchers in this discipline.
Editiert von: Wenceslau Geraldes Teixeira, Marcos Bacis Ceddia, Marta Vasconcelos Ottoni, Guilheme Kangussu Donnagema
Wenceslau Geraldes Teixeira, an agronomist, got his degree in Agronomy from the Federal University of Viçosa in Brazil (1985 to 1989), his master degree in Soil Science from the Federal University of Lavras in Brazil (1990 to 1992) and his PhD in Soil Physics from University of Bayreuth in Germany (1998 to 2001). Since 1995, he has worked for the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture at the Center of Brazilian Agricultural Research from the Occidental Region of Amazon (Embrapa - Amazonia Ocidental), Brazil and he is also an associate professor at the Federal University of the Amazon (UFAM). His work focuses on tropical soil management and conservation. The main research areas are: soil physical quality standards for tropical soils, characterization of anthropic soils (Terra preta de Índio) and use of charcoal as soil conditioner (biochar)". He co-edited "Amazonian Dark Earths: Wim Sombroek's Vision", published by Springer in 2009.

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Autor: Wenceslau Geraldes Teixeira
ISBN-13 :: 9783319060125
ISBN: 3319060120
Erscheinungsjahr: 14.08.2014
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 868g
Seiten: 499
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 244x164x25 mm, 110 schwarz-weiße und 74 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie