62 Soil Hydrology

Oral Session
Joint Sessions


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Monday, 6 October 2008: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, General Assembly Theater Hall B

James Harrison , Brad Wilcox , Eric McDonald and Michael Young
1:30 PM
Structure and Function In Soil Hydrology
Yakov Pachepsky, USDA-ARS; Allan Lilly, Macaulay Institute; Attila Nemes, University of Maryland; Timothy Gish, USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Lab; Daniel Gimenez, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
1:45 PM
Evolution of Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity of Aggregated Soils during Compression
Markus Berli, Desert Research Institute; Andrea Carminati, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research; Ghezzehei Teamrat, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Dani Or, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ)
2:15 PM
The Hydrologic Implications of Soil Variability within a Small, First Order Semi-Arid Drainage Basin, Sevilleta LTER, New Mexico
James Harrison, New Mexico Tech; Jan Hendrickx, New Mexico Tech; Dennis McMahon, New Mexico Tech
2:30 PM
Vegetation-Soil-Aspect Modulated Hydrologic Dynamics on Semiarid Hillslopes of Central New Mexico
Hugo A. Gutierrez-Jurado, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; James Harrison, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; Enrique R. Vivoni, New Mexico Institute of MIning and Technology
2:45 PM
Characterizing Hydraulic Properties in An Arid Watershed to Aid in Flood Control and Uncertainty Analysis
Todd Caldwell, Desert Research Institute; Michael Young, Desert Research Institute; Julianne J. Miller, Desert Res. Inst.; Graham K. Dalldorf, Desert Research Institute
3:15 PM
3:30 PM
Hillslope hydrology in stepped limestone terrains of the Central Texas Hill Country
Lawrence Wilding, Texas A & M Univ; Charles Woodruff Jr, Consulting Geologist; Bradford P. Wilcox, Texas A&M University
3:45 PM
Impact of Vegetation on Nitrate Accumulation In Desert Vadose Zone
Manoj Menon, University of Nevada Reno; Ronald Parratt, University of Nevada Reno; Scott Tyler, University of Nevada, Reno; Christian Kropf, Washoe County
4:00 PM
Modeling Flow and Nitrate Transport in a Heterogeneous Vadose Zone: Comparison of Three Approaches
Farag Botros, University of California; Thomas Harter, University of California - Davis
4:15 PM
Transport of Tritium Contamination from the Shallow Unsaturated Zone to the Atmosphere in An Arid Environment
Christina Garcia, U.S. Geological Survey; Brian Andraski, U.S. Geological Survey; Clay A. Cooper; David Stonestrom, US Geological Survey; Michael J. Johnson, U.S. Geological Survey; Robert L. Michel, US Geological Survey; Stephen W. Wheatcraft, University of Nevada Reno
4:30 PM
Application of Field Scale Infiltration and Heat Transport Methods to Estimate the Hydraulic Conductivity of Coarse Grained Vadose Zone Materials
James Swierc, University of Montana; William Woessner, Univ of Montana; William Clements, Boise State University
4:45 PM
Tracer Studies of Solute Flow Pathways in Caliche and Related Clayey Soils of Central Texas
M.M. Nobles, Alabama A&M University; Lawrence Wilding, Texas A & M Univ
5:00 PM
Impacts of Soil Conservation Measures on Vadose Zone Drainage in the Loess Plateau, China
John B. Gates, University of Texas at Austin; Bridget Scanlon, University of Texas at Austin; Xingmin Mu, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Ministry of Water Resources
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