X-ray CAT Scanning as a Non-invasive Technique for Quantifying the Morphology of Soil Macropores and its Relation to 3-D Preferential Flow Occurring in Agricultural Soils

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X-ray CAT Scanning as a Non-invasive Technique for Quantifying the Morphology of Soil Macropores and its Relation to 3-D Preferential Flow Occurring in Agricultural Soils

Perret, J., Prasher, S.O., Kantzas, A. and Langford, C.

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Proceedings of the 7th International Drainage Symposium, held in Orlando, Florida from March 8-11, 1998.

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