Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015)

No. 4

INDEX OF VOLUME 10
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): I-IIdownload PDF
Editorial
The contribution of Czech Soil Science at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries to knowledge of soils: in memory of Professor Josef Kopecký
B. Šarapatka
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 207-209download PDF
Original Paper
Impact of evapotranspiration on diurnal discharge fluctuation determined by the Fourier series model in dry periods
P. Kovář, H. Bačinová
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 210-217abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Comparing different data preprocessing methods for monitoring soil heavy metals based on soil spectral features
A. Gholizadeh, L. Borůvka, M.M. Saberioon, J. Kozák, R. Vašát, K. Němeček
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 218-227abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Effect of organic fertilizers on soil organic carbon and risk trace elements content in soil under permanent grassland
H. Karabcová, L. Pospíšilová, K. Fiala, P. Škarpa, M. Bjelková
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 228-235abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Biosorption of Cr(VI) from natural groundwater and the effect of DOC-rich treated water on Cr dissolving from contaminated soil
H. Šillerová, A. Vaněk, V. Chrastný, M. Komárek
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 236-243abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Adsorption properties of Ni, Cu, and Zn in young alkaline lake sediments in south Hungary (Lake Fehér, Szeged)
L. Halmos, G. Bozsó, E. Pál-Molnár
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 244-251abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Development of soil consumption driven by urbanization and pattern of built-up areas in Prague periphery since the 19th century
J. Stachura, T. Chuman, L. Šefrna
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 252-261abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
A green roof segment for monitoring the hydrological and thermal behaviour of anthropogenic soil systems
V. Jelínková, M. Dohnal, T. Picek
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 262-270abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Already a short-term soils exposure to the field-rate glufosinate concentration significantly influences soil bacterial communities
A. Kopčáková, J. Legáth, P. Pristaš, P. Javorský
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 271-277abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Operating characteristics of a bladeless turbine for irrigation purposes
M. Polák, L. Dlabal
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 278-283abstractdownload PDF

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