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G.V. Wilson
G.V. Wilson
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Infiltration, macroporosity, and mesoporosity distributions on two forested watersheds
GV Wilson, RJ Luxmoore
Soil Science Society of America Journal 52 (2), 329-335, 1988
Physical and chemical controls of preferred path flow through a forested hillslope
RJ Luxmoore, PM Jardine, GV Wilson, JR Jones, LW Zelazny
Geoderma 46 (1-3), 139-154, 1990
Handbook of agricultural geophysics
B Allred, JJ Daniels, MR Ehsani
CRC Press, 2008
The role of subsurface flow in hillslope and stream bank erosion: a review
GA Fox, GV Wilson
Soil Science Society of America Journal 74 (3), 717-733, 2010
Unsaturated transport processes in undisturbed heterogeneous porous media: II. Co‐contaminants
PM Jardine, GK Jacobs, JD O'Dell
Soil Science Society of America Journal 57 (4), 954-962, 1993
Measuring streambank erosion due to ground water seepage: correlation to bank pore water pressure, precipitation and stream stage
GA Fox, GV Wilson, A Simon, EJ Langendoen, O Akay, JW Fuchs
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
Hydrogeochemical response of a forested watershed to storms: effects of preferential flow along shallow and deep pathways
PJ Mulholland, GV Wilson, PM Jardine
Water Resources Research 26 (12), 3021-3036, 1990
A multiple-pore-region concept to modeling mass transfer in subsurface media
JP Gwo, PM Jardine, GV Wilson, GT Yeh
Journal of Hydrology 164 (1-4), 217-237, 1995
Soil properties controlling seepage erosion contributions to streambank failure
GV Wilson, RK Periketi, GA Fox, SM Dabney, FD Shields, RF Cullum
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
Hydrology of a forested hillslope during storm events
GV Wilson, PM Jardine, RJ Luxmoore, JR Jones
Geoderma 46 (1-3), 119-138, 1990
Quantifying relative contributions from sediment sources in Conservation Effects Assessment Project watersheds
CG Wilson, RA Kuhnle, DD Bosch, JL Steiner, PJ Starks, MD Tomer, ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 63 (6), 523-532, 2008
Unsaturated solute transport through a forest soil during rain storm events
PM Jardine, GV Wilson, RJ Luxmoore
Geoderma 46 (1-3), 103-118, 1990
6.4 Solute transport: experimental methods
TH Skaggs, GV Wilson, PJ Shouse, FJ Leij
Methods of Soil Analysis: Part 4 Physical Methods 5, 1381-1402, 2002
Sediment transport model for seepage erosion of streambank sediment
GA Fox, GV Wilson, RK Periketi, RF Cullum
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 11 (6), 603-611, 2006
Seepage caused tension failures and erosion undercutting of hillslopes
ML Chu-Agor, GA Fox, RM Cancienne, GV Wilson
Journal of hydrology 359 (3-4), 247-259, 2008
Transport of inorganic and natural organic tracers through an isolated pedon in a forest watershed
PM Jardine, GV Wilson, RJ Luxmoore, JF McCarthy
Soil Science Society of America Journal 53 (2), 317-323, 1989
History, residue, and tillage effects on erosion of loessial soil
SM Dabney, GV Wilson, KC McGregor, GR Foster
Transactions of the ASAE 47 (3), 767-775, 2004
Hydrogeochemical processes controlling the transport of dissolved organic carbon through a forested hillslope
PM Jardine, GV Wilson, JF McCarthy, RJ Luxmoore, DL Taylor, ...
Journal of contaminant hydrology 6 (1), 3-19, 1990
Modeling the transport of inorganic ions through undisturbed soil columns from two contrasting watersheds
PM Jardine, GV Wilson, RJ Luxmoore
Soil Science Society of America Journal 52 (5), 1252-1259, 1988
Modeling the hydraulic properties of a multiregion soil
GV Wilson, PM Jardine, JP Gwo
Soil Science Society of America Journal 56 (6), 1731-1737, 1992
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