Examination of solute transport in an undisturbed soil column using electrical resistance tomography.

Binley, Andrew M. and Henry-Poulter, Siobhan and Shaw, Ben (1996) Examination of solute transport in an undisturbed soil column using electrical resistance tomography. Water Resources Research, 32 (4). pp. 763-769. ISSN 0043-1397

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Abstract

In an effort to determine the internal spatial characteristics of solute transport in naturally heterogeneous soils, recent applications of electrical resistance tomography to soil core tracing are reported. Using a high-speed, biomedical type data acquisition system, migration of an electrolytic tracer in an undisturbed soil column was monitored. Quantitative images produced from the collected data display an interesting sequence of patterns of internal tracer breakthrough at cross sections of the soil column. Analysis of pixel breakthrough behavior reveals spatial variation of transport characteristics throughout the soil column.

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Journal Article
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Water Resources Research
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17 Feb 2009 09:57
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