A simple stochastic model predicting conservative mass transport through the unsaturated zone into ground water

  • 1986
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  • "A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Civil and Environmental Engineering) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1986."

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vii, 249 leaves : illustrations ; 29 cm
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  1. Wisconsin groundwater management practice monitoring project no. 1
  2. [Title Page]
  3. Abstract
  4. Acknowledgments
  5. Table of contents
  6. I. Introduction
  7. II. Background
  8. III. Randomized plug flow and the transfer function model
  9. IV. Field tests of the models
  10. V. Model applications
  11. VI. Summary of conclusions
  12. VII. Comments and recommendations for further work
  13. VIII. Appendices: Appendix A: Solutions to the TFM and predictions of mass transported to the water table
  14. Appendix B: Experiment I bromide and aldicarb data
  15. Appendix C: Root density data on russet burbank potatos from C.B. Tanner and G.G. Weis
  16. Appendix D: Weighing lysimeter data
  17. Appendix E: Net infiltration during experiment I
  18. Appendix F: Summary of total mass, center of mass and log space parameters experiment I
  19. Appendix G: % applied bromide recovered in the samplers experiment
  20. Appendix H: Transfer function program listing
  21. Appendix I: Core data
  22. Appendix J: Results from Giford plot 1985 bromide sprayed at .779 mg/cm² on 5/21/85
  23. Appendix K: Results from experiments 3, 4, and 5. bromide (ppm)
  24. Appendix L: Well concentrations in ppm br xx means no samle [sample] was taken official limit to detection is 0.4 ppm
  25. IX. Bibliography
  26. [Cover]