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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSS11 Hydropedology: A synergistic tool to shape EU guidelines for water and soil (co-listed in HS)

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Tóth, G.; Adhikari, K.; Montanarella, L.
Soil functions and threats and their linkages to water resources management: the approach of the Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection of the European Union

Campbell, C.; Cobos, D.; Campbell, G.
Calibration and characterization of an improved low-cost water content sensor

Vepraskas, M.
Interpreting morphological features in wetland soils using hydrologic models

Bouma, J
Hydropedology as a foundation for spatial planning

Schneider, M.K.; Brunner, F.; Hollis, J.M.; Stamm, C.
Validating a hydrological classification of European soils with river discharge data

de Vos, J.A. ; Roelsma, J.; Knotters, M.; Kselik, R.A.L
Water quality assessment using soil data and land use information in the Noordelijke Friese Wouden region

Šútor, J.; Gomboš, M.; Mati, R.; Kutílek, M.; Krejča, M.
Soil water regime estimated from the soil water storage monitored in time

Jarvis, N.; Hollis, J.; Stenemo, F.; Lindahl, A.; Dubus, I.
Using hydropedological concepts to parameterize the pesticide fate model MACRO for EU-wide predictions

Smettem, K.R.J
Measurement of near-saturated hydraulic properties in an aggregated soil subjected to uniaxial compression.

Weynants, M.; Vereecken, H.; Javaux, M.
Using Belgian soil series classification to predict soil hydraulic properties

Kolev, N.
Soil water content evaluation in the field by electronic measurements

Lin, H.; Valentine, J.; Palkovics, W.; Cordrey, T.; Hepner, L.
Hydropedology in Action: Implications to Environmental Regulations in Pennsylvania, USA

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