Simulation of the effect of time-variable water flow on the speciation and mobility of reactive elements in the soil

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Simulation of the effect of time-variable water flow on the speciation and mobility of reactive elements in the soil. / Jacques, Diederik; Mallants, Dirk; Simunek, Jirka; van Genuchten, M. Th.

The Second HYDRUS Workshop. Prague, Czech Republic, 2008. p. 85-92.

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Jacques, D, Mallants, D, Simunek, J & van Genuchten, MT 2008, Simulation of the effect of time-variable water flow on the speciation and mobility of reactive elements in the soil. in The Second HYDRUS Workshop. Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 85-92, HYDRUS workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 2008-03-28.

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Jacques, D., Mallants, D., Simunek, J., & van Genuchten, M. T. (2008). Simulation of the effect of time-variable water flow on the speciation and mobility of reactive elements in the soil. In The Second HYDRUS Workshop (pp. 85-92). Prague, Czech Republic.

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Jacques D, Mallants D, Simunek J, van Genuchten MT. Simulation of the effect of time-variable water flow on the speciation and mobility of reactive elements in the soil. In The Second HYDRUS Workshop. Prague, Czech Republic. 2008. p. 85-92

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Jacques, Diederik ; Mallants, Dirk ; Simunek, Jirka ; van Genuchten, M. Th. / Simulation of the effect of time-variable water flow on the speciation and mobility of reactive elements in the soil. The Second HYDRUS Workshop. Prague, Czech Republic, 2008. pp. 85-92

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