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000055277 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/S0378-3774(03)00180-X
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000055277 245__ $$aModeling of the Soil Water Balance Based on Time-Dependent Hydraulic Properties under Different Tillage Practices
000055277 260__ $$c2003
000055277 269__ $$a2003
000055277 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000055277 520__ $$aA simulation model with time-dependent hydraulic conductivity parameters was used to predict the effects of three different tillage practices: conventional tillage (CT), no-tillage (NT) and subsoiling tillage (ST) on the components of the soil water balance during the summer maize growing season. The predictive capability of the model was improved, particularly for the subsoiling tillage case. The simulation results show that temporal changes in soil hydraulic conductivity induced by different tillage practices can affect percolation, water storage, transpiration and evaporation. Differences in the simulated components of the water balance were found to be small between CT and NT practices, but larger in the ST case. Compared with the conventional and no-tillage methods, subsoiling promotes infiltration and deep percolation, thereby favoring a possible recharge of the groundwater. Actual evaporation is always lower in the subsoiled plots, whatever the hydrological year. Transpiration is similar for the three treatments, suggesting no significant differences in water availability, except in wet years where it is higher in subsoiled soils.
000055277 6531_ $$aTime-dependent hydraulic parameters
000055277 6531_ $$aTillage practices
000055277 6531_ $$aSoil water balance
000055277 6531_ $$aSimulation
000055277 700__ $$aXu, D.
000055277 700__ $$0241114$$g105832$$aMermoud, A.
000055277 773__ $$j63$$tAgricultural Water Management$$k2$$q139-151
000055277 909C0 $$0252387$$pHYDRAM
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