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Determination of consumptive use and watershed recharge of irrigated cotton in a humid region.
Woodard, A. L., B. G. Leib, C. O. Gwathmey, and J. Lee. 2010.
M.S. Thesis, Non-thesis Capstone Project in BioSystems Enginerring and Soil Science at the University of Tennessee.
Identifying Long-Term Preferential and Matrix Flow Recharge at the Field Scale.
Tyner, J. S., W. C. Wright, and R. E. Yoder. 2007.
Trans. ASABE. 50(6):2001-2006.
Incorporation of chloride mass balance to improve estimates of evapotranspiration, recharge, and runoff.
Tyner, J. S., G. O. Brown, and J. Garbrecht. 2003.
Transactions of the ASAE. 46(1):95-103.