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WP4C Cited Publications
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WP4C Cited Publications

Listed below are a few examples of cited publications for the WP4C potentiameter. This list is not exhaustive.

  • da Silva, Alisson Jadavi Pereira, Everton Alves Rodrigues Pinheiro, and Quirijn de Jong van Lier. “Determination of soil hydraulic properties and its implications for mechanistic simulations and irrigation management.” Irrigation Science (2020): 1-12. (Article link).
  • Domínguez-Niño, Jesús María, Gerard Arbat, Iael Raij-Hoffman, Isaya Kisekka, Joan Girona, and Jaume Casadesús. “Parameterization of Soil Hydraulic Parameters for HYDRUS-3D Simulation of Soil Water Dynamics in a Drip-Irrigated Orchard.” Water 12, no. 7 (2020): 1858. (Article link).
  • Fontanet, Mireia, Elia Scudiero, Todd H. Skaggs, Daniel Fernàndez-Garcia, Francesc Ferrer, Gema Rodrigo, and Joaquim Bellvert. “Dynamic Management Zones for Irrigation Scheduling.” Agricultural Water Management 238 (2020): 106207. (Article link).
  • Jackisch, Conrad, Kai Germer, Thomas Graeff, Ines Andrä, Katrin Schulz, Marcus Schiedung, Jaqueline Haller-Jans et al. “Soil moisture and matric potential–an open field comparison of sensor systems.” Earth System Science Data 12, no. 1 (2020). (Article link).
  • Kassaye, Kassu Tadesse, Julien Boulange, Hirotaka Saito, and Hirozumi Watanabe. “Monitoring soil water content for decision supporting in agricultural water management based on critical threshold values adopted for Andosol in the temperate monsoon climate.” Agricultural Water Management 229 (2020): 105930. (Article link).
  • Kumagai, Etsushi, and Tomoki Takahashi. “Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) Yield Reduction due to Late Sowing as a Function of Radiation Interception and Use in a Cool Region of Northern Japan.” Agronomy 10, no. 1 (2020): 66. (Article link).
  • Bonfante, A., E. Monaco, P. Manna, R. De Mascellis, A. Basile, M. Buonanno, G. Cantilena et al. “LCIS DSS—An irrigation supporting system for water use efficiency improvement in precision agriculture: A maize case study.” Agricultural Systems 176 (2019): 102646. (Article link).
  • Gong, Xue-Wei, Guang-Hui Lü, Xue-Min He, Binoy Sarkar, and Xiao-Dong Yang. “High air humidity causes atmospheric water absorption via assimilating branches in the deep-rooted tree Haloxylon ammodendron in an arid desert region of Northwest China.” Frontiers in Plant Science 10 (2019): 573. (Article link).
  • Khan, Abdur Rahim, L. G. Reichmann, J. C. Ibal, J. H. Shin, Y. Liu, Harold Collins, B. LePage, and N. Terry. “Variation in pickleweed root-associated microbial communities at different locations of a saline solid waste management unit contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons.” PloS one 14, no. 10 (2019). (Article link).
  • Kreszies, Tino, Nandhini Shellakkutti, Alina Osthoff, Peng Yu, Jutta A. Baldauf, Viktoria V. Zeisler‐Diehl, Kosala Ranathunge, Frank Hochholdinger, and Lukas Schreiber. "Osmotic stress enhances suberization of apoplastic barriers in barley seminal roots: analysis of chemical, transcriptomic and physiological responses." New Phytologist 221, no. 1 (2019): 180-194. (Article link).
  • Peng, Zhengkai, Linlin Wang, Junhong Xie, Lingling Li, Jeffrey A. Coulter, Renzhi Zhang, Zhuzhu Luo, Jana Kholova, and Sunita Choudhary. “Conservation Tillage Increases Water Use Efficiency of Spring Wheat by Optimizing Water Transfer in a Semi-Arid Environment.” Agronomy 9, no. 10 (2019): 583. (Article link).
  • Ren, Junping, and Sai K. Vanapalli. “Comparison of soil‐freezing and soil‐water characteristic curves of two Canadian soils.” Vadose Zone Journal 18, no. 1 (2019): 1-14. (Article link).
  • Desa, Sachit AJ, and Brendan T. Scott. “Inferring soil water characteristics for adelaide clay using fractal theory.” Aust Geomech J 53 (2018): 127-135. (Article link). 
  • Karagoly, Yahya, Snehasis Tripathy, Peter John Cleall, and Talib Mahdi. “Suction measurements by a fixed-matrix porous ceramic disc sensor.” In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Unsaturated Soils, Hong Kong. 2018. (Article link).
  • Wang, Heng, Xiangjie Qian, Lan Zhang, Sailong Xu, Haifeng Li, Xiaojian Xia, Liankui Dai, Liang Xu, Jingquan Yu, and Xu Liu. “A method of high throughput monitoring crop physiology using chlorophyll fluorescence and multispectral imaging.” Frontiers in Plant Science 9 (2018): 407. (Article link).
  • Kelleners, Thijs J., Jeremy Koonce, Rose Shillito, Jelle Dijkema, Markus Berli, Michael H. Young, John M. Frank, and W. J. Massman. “Numerical modeling of coupled water flow and heat transport in soil and snow.” Soil Science Society of America Journal 80, no. 2 (2016): 247-263. (Article link).
  • Germino, Matthew J., and Keith Reinhardt. “Desert shrub responses to experimental modification of precipitation seasonality and soil depth: relationship to the two‐layer hypothesis and ecohydrological niche.” Journal of Ecology 102, no. 4 (2014): 989-997. (Article link).
  • Korovetska, Halyna, Ondřej Novák, Oldřich Jůza, and Vit Gloser. “Signalling mechanisms involved in the response of two varieties of Humulus lupulus L. to soil drying: I. changes in xylem sap pH and the concentrations of abscisic acid and anions.” Plant and Soil 380, no. 1-2 (2014): 375-387. (Article link).
  • Mann, J. Jeremiah, Jacob N. Barney, Guy B. Kyser, and Joseph M. DiTomaso. “Root system dynamics of Miscanthus× giganteus and Panicum virgatum in response to rainfed and irrigated conditions in California.” Bioenergy Research 6, no. 2 (2013): 678-687. (Article link).
  • Yu, Tengfei, Qi Feng, Jianhua Si, Haiyang Xi, Zongxing Li, and Aifang Chen. “Hydraulic redistribution of soil water by roots of two desert riparian phreatophytes in northwest China’s extremely arid region.” Plant and Soil 372, no. 1-2 (2013): 297-308. (Article link).
  • McLaughlin, Daniel L., Mark T. Brown, and Matthew J. Cohen. “The ecohydrology of a pioneer wetland species and a drastically altered landscape.” Ecohydrology 5, no. 5 (2012): 656-667. (Article link).
  • Camposeo, Salvatore, and Gaetano Alessandro Vivaldi. “Short-term effects of de-oiled olive pomace mulching application on a young super high-density olive orchard.” Scientia Horticulturae 129, no. 4 (2011): 613-621. (Article link).
  • Lazarus, Brynne E., James H. Richards, Victor P. Claassen, Ryan E. O’Dell, and Molly A. Ferrell. “Species specific plant-soil interactions influence plant distribution on serpentine soils.” Plant and Soil 342, no. 1-2 (2011): 327-344. (Article link).
  • Miller, Gretchen R., Xingyuan Chen, Yoram Rubin, Siyan Ma, and Dennis D. Baldocchi. “Groundwater uptake by woody vegetation in a semiarid oak savanna.” Water Resources Research 46, no. 10 (2010). (Article link).

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