Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS computer software packages

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Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS computer software packages. / Jacques, Diederik; Simunek, J.; van Genuchten, M.; Mallants, Dirk.

Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS-1D computer software package. Honolulu, United States, 2005. p. 7.

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Jacques, D, Simunek, J, van Genuchten, M & Mallants, D 2005, Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS computer software packages. in Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS-1D computer software package. Honolulu, United States, pp. 7, ISWM 2005 - Institutions for Sustainable Watershed Management: Reconciling Physical and Management Ecology in the Asia-Pacific AWRA Summer Specialty Conference, Honolulu, United States, 2005-06-27.

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Jacques, D., Simunek, J., van Genuchten, M., & Mallants, D. (2005). Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS computer software packages. In Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS-1D computer software package (pp. 7).

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Jacques D, Simunek J, van Genuchten M, Mallants D. Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS computer software packages. In Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS-1D computer software package. Honolulu, United States. 2005. p. 7

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Jacques, Diederik ; Simunek, J. ; van Genuchten, M. ; Mallants, Dirk. / Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS computer software packages. Multicomponent geochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS-1D computer software package. Honolulu, United States, 2005. pp. 7

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