Biocolloid retention in partially saturated soils

Steenhuis, Tammo, Dathe, Annette, Zevi, Yuniati , Smith, Jennifer, Gao, Bin, Shaw, Stephen, de Alwis Pitts, Dilkushi, Amaro-Garcia, Samary, Fehrman, Rosemarie, Ekrem Cakmak, M., Toevs, Ian, Liu, Benjamin, Beyer, Steven, Crist, John, Hay, Anthony, Richards, Brian, DiCarlo, David and McCarthy, John (2006) Biocolloid retention in partially saturated soils. Biologia, 61 (19). ISSN 0006-3088

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Unsaturated soils are considered excellent filters for preventing the transport of pathogenic biocolloids to groundwater,
but little is known about the actual mechanisms of biocolloid retention. To obtain a better understanding of these
processes, a number of visualization experiments were performed and analyzed.

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Keywords:colloid transport, colloid retention, microbial transport, microbial retention, partially-saturated soil, unsaturated porous media, pathogens
Subjects:F Physical Sciences > F870 Soil Science
D Veterinary Sciences, Agriculture and related subjects > D750 Soil as an Agricultural medium
Divisions:College of Science > School of Geography
ID Code:29449
Deposited On:20 Aug 2018 14:14

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