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Photodermatology, Photoimmunology & Photomedicine, ISSN 0905-4383, 08/2013, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 190 - 195
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Biologia, ISSN 0006-3088, 6/2009, Volume 64, Issue 3, pp. 634 - 638
The objective of this study was to estimate the water repellency of post-boggy soils in north-eastern Poland. Potential water repellency was determined based... 
Life Sciences | MED-test | hydrophobicity | Microbiology | Life Sciences, general | potential water repellency | WDPT-test | Zoology | post-boggy soils | soil organic matter | Plant Sciences | Cell Biology | Soil organic matter | Hydrophobicity | Post-boggy soils | Potential water repellency | IMPACT | BIOLOGY | FOREST SOILS | Soils | Carbon content | Peat | Analysis
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Soil Science, ISSN 0038-075X, 2002, Volume 167, Issue 2, pp. 83 - 97
The molarity of ethanol droplet (MED) test is a popular rapid method for assessing soil water repellency under field and laboratory conditions. This paper... 
Soil water repellency | Contact angle | MED test | Work of wetting | soil water repellency | work of wetting | contact angle | INTRINSIC SORPTIVITY | AGRICULTURE, SOIL SCIENCE
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Soil Science, ISSN 0038-075X, 11/2008, Volume 173, Issue 11, pp. 747 - 757
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SOIL SCIENCE, ISSN 0038-075X, 11/2008, Volume 173, Issue 11, pp. 747 - 757
Water repellency (WR) has been classically characterized at fixed (usually oven-dry) soil water content (theta(g)) in terms of the soil water contact angle... 
SOIL SCIENCE | FRACTIONS | CONTACT-ANGLE | volcanic soils | Hydrophobicity | RUNOFF | pedotransfer function | MED test | soil model | water repellency | CLAY
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Australian Journal of Soil Research, ISSN 0004-9573, 2005, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 297 - 308
This paper reports on the first systematic inventory of soil water repellency in Portuguese coastal dune sand areas. Since water repellency is widely... 
Dune sands | Hydrophobicity | Soil moisture | WDPT test | MED test | soil moisture | WETTING PATTERNS | DUTCH COAST | AGRICULTURE, SOIL SCIENCE | DUNES | VARIABILITY | FORESTS | hydrophobicity | IMPACT | dune sands | CLAY | EUCALYPTUS-GLOBULUS
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Australian Journal of Soil Research, ISSN 0004-9573, 2005, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 251 - 259
Certain organic compounds derived from living organisms or their decaying parts are generally accepted to induce soil water repellency. Water repellency may... 
MED test | Eucalyptus globulus | FORESTS | IMPACT | DUTCH COAST | WETTING PATTERNS | GLOBULUS | HYDROPHOBICITY | EROSION | AGRICULTURE, SOIL SCIENCE | DUNES
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