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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS40/SSS7 Monitoring and modelling for soil and ecohydrological processes across space-time scales (co-organized by SSS)

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Pracilio, G; Smettem, K.R.J; Harper, R.J.; Adams, M.L.
Perennial vegetation growth differentiated by depth to silcrete layer and modelled using geophysical and topographic data at the hillslope scale.

Klitzsch, N.
How does hydrocarbon decrease the electrical resistivity of soils?

Martínez-Fernández, J.; Hernández-Santana, V.; Morán, C.; Casado, S.
Soil water availability and tree water stress in a deciduous oak forest under a Mediterranean subhumid climate

Holden, J.
Soil piping and woody plants in peats: cause or effect

Garg, K. K.; Safeeq, Md.; Das, B. S.; Bhadoria, P. B.
Plot-Scale Measurement and Modeling of Soil Water Regime in a Lowland Paddy Field

van der Ploeg , M.J.; Gooren, H.P.A; Hoogendam, C.W.; Bakker, G.; Huiskes, C.; de Rooij, G.H.; Koopal, L.K.; Kruidhof, H.
Soil water pressures in the vicinity of maize roots measured with polymer tensiometers

Settin, T.; Botter, G.; Marani, M.; Rinaldo, A.
Stochastic controls on biogeochemical and hydrological processes in river basins

Schneider, M.K. ; Hollis, J.; Stamm, C.
Classifying the hydrology of European soils

Metselaar, K.; van Dam, J.C.; Feddes, R.A.; Versace, V.L.
Soil Parameters and Vegetation Types in a SVAT Scheme, and their relative Importance for modelling Water Balance Terms in Weather Forecast Models

Nagare, R.; Liese, M.; Voigt, H.-J.
Hydrogeochemistry at the 100 years old sewage farms Berlin Karolinenhoehe

Verhoef, A.; Diaz-Espejo, A.
Adsorption of Water Vapour by bare Soil in an Olive Grove in Southern Spain

Brus, D.; De Gruijter, J.; Knotters, M.
Sampling in space and time for natural resource monitoring

Pringle, M.; Romano, N.; Lark, M.; Minasny, B.; Chirico, G.
The dependence of errors in pedotransfer function predictions on spatial scale and location: an analysis using wavelet transforms.

Torres, E. A.; Rubio, E.; Calera, A.; Cuesta, A.
Evaluation of FAO 56 model for bare soil evaporation in a semi - arid region using experimental data

Medina, H.; Ruiz, M.E.; Amarakoon, D.; Romano, N.
An approach for the spatial up-scaling of a dynamic crop model: calibration and sensitivity to rainfall and soil variability.

Teuling, A.J.; Uijlenhoet, R.; Hupet, F.; van Loon, E.E.; Troch, P.A.
Root water uptake uncertainty: implications for modeling and observation strategy

Deangelis, M.L.; Cusi, E.
Simulating the water movement in a maize cropped field in Northern Italy with the SWAP model

Brodsky, L.; Kodesova, R.
Comparison of simulation results using Hydrus-1d and model in Cgms for selected region grid50 of the Czech Republic

Muerth, M.; Mauser, W.; Ludwig, R.
Development of a soil heat flux and storage model for Global Change Assessment on the regional scale

Heuer, A.; Beha, A.; Casper, M.
Parameterization and long term simulation using the SVAT-model STICS

Martinez, C.; Hancock, G.R.; Murphy, D.; Kalma, J.D.
An Assessment of Soil Carbon at the Hillslope Scale – Australian Examples

Jost, G.; Weiler, M.
Modeling the spatio-temporal process variability of thoughfall and transpiration in a forest ecosystem

Ventrella, D.; Giglio, L.; Castellini, M.; Losavio, N.; Leogrande, R.
Impact of soil hydraulic properties on water fluxes for a typical cropping system of Southern Italy: a sensitivity analysis using SWAP model (withdrawn)

Montoroi, J.P.; Hovhannissian, G.
Self potential method applied to salt-affected soils of Thailand (withdrawn)

Rubio, C.; Llorens, P.; Latron, J.; van Genuchten, M.Th.
Modelling sub surface flow in an old agricultural terraced area using HYDRUS-1D. A multi criteria evaluation approach.

Kroes, J.; Bolt van der , F.; Dik, P.; Leenders, T.; Roelsma, J.; Smit, A.
Balancing monitoring and modelling of nutrient flows in a Dutch polder system (withdrawn)

Rittter, A.; Regalado, C.M.; Aschan, G.
Estimation of water uptake by a laurel forest in the Garajonay National Park combining monitoring and simulation techniques (withdrawn)

van der Tol, C.; Dolman, A.J.; Waterloo, M.J.
Diurnal and seasonal cycles of transpiration of Mediterranean forests explained by adaptation to climate and soil conditions

Uhrich, S. L.; Fiener, P.; Schneider, K.
Validating the soil-hydrology approach implemented in the environmental model PROMET-V

Hildebrandt, A.; Attinger, S.
Beyond the Gardner Model: Developing a Physical Understanding of Water Uptake by Single Roots.

Ponzoni, G.; Marchetti, R.
Green manuring influence on soil water retention

Palladino, M.; Basile, A.; De Mascellis, R.; D'Urso, G.
Increasing data requirement to up-scale from local to landscape scale for water retention function

Javaux, M.; Vanderborght, J.; Vereecken, H.
Imapct of root water uptake on soil water flux distribution

Porporato, A.; Manzoni, S.
Nonlinearities and eco-hydrological feedbacks in soil carbon and nitrogen cycles

Palladino, M.; D'Urso, G.
Field validation of root water uptake functions using experimental measurements and SWAP model

Doussan, C; Pierret, A; Garrigues, E
Water uptake by plant roots : Experimental and modelling study of water transfer in the soil / root system at the plant scale

Barontini, S.; Clerici, A.; Ranzi, R.; Bacchi, B.
The role of the organic matter in the soil water retention: some recent laboratory experiences

Joris, I.; Feyen, J.
The effect of hydrological regime on base cations in the root zone of an alluvial wetland

Horeschi, D.; Montaldo, N.; Mancini, M.; Detto, M.; Facchi, A.; Baroni, G.; Gandolfi, C.
Estimate of the Crop Coefficients of the FAO-Penman Monteith Evapotranspiration method in an Experimental Field of Padana Plain, Italy

Maneta, M; Schnabel, S; Lagar, D; Gómez, A
Calibration of a simple evapotranspiration model in a semi-arid rangeland using soil moisture measurements and a soil moisture - temperature regression. (withdrawn)

Ferraris, S.; Canone, D.; Previati, M.
Forecasting soil water content

Meerkerk, A.; van Wesemael, B.
Water Availability and Tree Growth in Semi-arid Rainfed Orchards at Various Scales

Castellanos, M.T.; Tarquis, A.M.; Ribas, F.; Cabello, M.J.; Figueiró, N. ; Arce, A.; Cartagena, M.C.
Field Measurements Of Water And Nitrogen Losses Under fertirrigated Melon Crop In A Shallow Calcareous Soil in Spain

Chirico, G.B.; Medina, H.; Romano, N.
Propagation of the PTF prediction uncertainty into the simulated soil water budget at the hillslope scale

Castiglione, P.; Wraith, J.M.
Exact Model for the Cable Losses in TDR Electrical Conductivity Measurements (withdrawn)

Basile, A.; Coppola, A.
Numerical experiments to evaluate the effectiveness of a new method for scaling core-based hydraulic properties to the field

Zalewski , M.
The monitoring and modeling ecohydrological processes as a tool for Integrated Water Resources Management

Álexandridis, T.; Crisman, T.L.; Lazaridou, E.; Takavakoglou, V.; Giannelos, I.; Kouloumtouri, G.; Zalidis, G.C.
Dynamics of Phragmites Pattern using Multi-temporal Satellite Earth Observation and its Relation to Soil-ecohydrological Processes

Zalewski, M.
Ecohydrology is an integrative science, composed of two key elements (withdrawn)

Castrignanò, A.; Costantini, E.A.C; Barbetti, R.; Lopez, N.
Assessing and describing multi-scale spatial variability using factorial kriging

Raimondi, S.; Ciulla, G.; Perrone, E.
Irrigation management with brackish water and evolution of soil salinity in a slope situated in agro of Castelvetrano (Trapani-Sicily)

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