Bulletin American Meteorological Society bore-hole permeameter, movement of residual or- depth. The only extensive discussion of spatial vari- ganics, and movement of water in swelling clays. ability is given in a paper discussing application of This volume is different from most proceedings vol- the OMEG A model to study its influence on catch- umes because the authors have no page limits. Con- ment discharge. The role of macropores and prefer- ential flow is limited to discussion of an empirical cepts are developed fully and one need not await the equation developed by Brakesick and Rawls for use publication of the full paper to gain important details. with their parameter estimation scheme. Stability of The volume was obviously published from camera- the wetting front, which is related to preferential flow, ready copy as there is continual variation of type style and quality. Many used high-quality text editors and is fleetingly discussed in the paper by Vauclin. laser printers, so that the print quality is generally The quality of the papers is uniformly high, and the high. Each paper includes an extensive list of refer- organization of material forms a consistent develop- ences. A subject index, and a general list of
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1990
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