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Hydraulic Characteristics of Mountainous Forest Soils in Korea and Applicability of Pedotransfer Functions
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Hydraulic Characteristics of Mountainous Forest Soils in Korea and Applicability of Pedotransfer Functions
Jung, Kangho; Sonn, Yeonkyu; Hur, Seungoh; Ha, Sangkeun; Jung, Munho;
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 Abstract
Pedotransfer functions (PTFs) were developed for each soil horizon to estimate hydraulic characteristics of mountainous forest soils in South Korea. Twenty one dominant soil series from 8 soil catenae such as granite-originated catena and volcanic ash-originated catena were selected for the study; gravel contents of selected soils were 10% or lower. Saturated conductivity (Ks) was measured for each horizon in situ. Particle size distribution and organic matter content of each horizon were also determined. Based on correlation analysis with total data set, sand separate showed positive relationship with Ks ($r
 Keywords
Pedotransfer function;Hydraulic conductivity;Forest soil;Catena;Horizon;
 Language
Korean
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