Drainage and evaporation from fallow soil at Rothamsted

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Penman, H. L. and Schofield, R. K. 1941. Drainage and evaporation from fallow soil at Rothamsted. The Journal of Agricultural Science. 31 (1), pp. 74-109.

AuthorsPenman, H. L. and Schofield, R. K.
Abstract

1. Study of the automatic records shows:(a) There is a seasonal change in the drainage response after rain which can be almost wholly ascribed to viscosity changes arising from seasonal changes of soil temperature (p. 77).(b) Evaporation occurring after a fall of rain has no measurable effect on the drainage response to that rain (pp. 78, 87).(c) The maximum drainage rates for the 20 in. gauge are much larger than those for the deeper gauges. The maxima change seasonally and are again primarily dependent on viscosity (p. 78).(d) There is no marked change in the field capacity of the gauge during the year. The air-filled pore space at field capacity may change by about 15% of its average value (p. 81).

Year of Publication1941
JournalThe Journal of Agricultural Science
Journal citation31 (1), pp. 74-109
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1017/S0021859600048449
Open accessPublished as non-open access
ISSN00218596
0021-8596
PublisherCambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press (CUP)

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