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A method of measurement of the ground water table and soil hydraulic conductivity

Authors: Gray, D.M. And A.K. Mahapatra
Description: A ground water table is defined as the locus of all points in a saturated soil-water system at which the pore water pressure is atmospheric. Its location within the soil profile is important to both agriculturalists and engineers. From an agricultural stand point, the position of the water table influences: (a) plant growth and root development, (b) development of saline-alkali conditions and
Keywords: a method of measurement of the ground water table and soil hydraulic conductivity
Citation: Gray, D.M. and A.K. Mahapatra 1965. A METHOD OF MEASUREMENT OF THE GROUND WATER TABLE AND SOIL HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 7(1):25-27.
Volume: 7
Date: 1965
Coverage: Canada
Located in: Volume 7 (1965)

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