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

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Brasino, John Sheldon
A simple stochastic model predicting conservative mass transport through the unsaturated zone into ground water
[s.l.]: [s.n.], c1986
vi, 255 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.

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[Cover] Wisconsin groundwater management practice monitoring project no. 1

[Title page] A simple stochastic model predicting conservative mass transport through the unsaturated zone into ground water

[Title page] A simple stochastic model predicting conservative mass transport through the unsaturated zone into ground water, p. [i]

Abstract, pp. ii-iv

Acknowledgments

[Contents] Table of contents, pp. v-vii

I. Introduction, pp. 1-4

II. Background, pp. 5-29

III. Randomized plug flow and the transfer function model, pp. 30-41

IV. Field tests of the models, pp. 42-128

V. Model applications, pp. 129-151

VI. Summary of conclusions, pp. 152-155

VII. Comments and recommendations for further work, pp. 155-157

VIII. Appendices: Appendix A: Solutions to the TFM and predictions of mass transported to the water table, pp. 158-163

Appendix B: Experiment I bromide and aldicarb data, pp. 164-168

Appendix C: Root density data on russet burbank potatos from C.B. Tanner and G.G. Weis, pp. 169-178

Appendix D: Weighing lysimeter data, pp. 179-186

Appendix E: Net infiltration during experiment I, p. 187

Appendix F: Summary of total mass, center of mass and log space parameters experiment I, pp. 188-194

Appendix G: % applied bromide recovered in the samplers experiment, pp. 195-196

Appendix H: Transfer function program listing, pp. 197-201

Appendix I: Core data, pp. 202-215

Appendix J: Results from Giford plot 1985 bromide sprayed at .779 mg/cm² on 5/21/85, pp. 216-222

Appendix K: Results from experiments 3, 4, and 5. bromide (ppm), pp. 223-228

Appendix L: Well concentrations in ppm br xx means no samle [sample] was taken official limit to detection is 0.4 ppm, pp. 229-241

IX. Bibliography, pp. 242-249 ff.

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