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

No. 3

Original Paper
Choosing an appropriate hydrological model for rainfall-runoff extremes in small catchments
P. Kovář, M. Hrabalíková, M. Neruda, R. Neruda, J. Šrejber, A. Jelínková, H. Bačinová
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 137-146abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Water stability of soil aggregates in different systems of tillage
J. Bartlová, B. Badalíková, L. Pospíšilová, E. Pokorný, B. Šarapatka
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 147-154abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Rapid percolation of water through soil macropores affects reading and calibration of large encapsulated TDR sensors
F. Doležal, S. Matula, J.M. Moreira Barradas
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 155-163abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Evaluation of different soil water potential by field capacity threshold in combination with a triggered irrigation module
M. Marković, V. Filipović, T. Legović, M. Josipović, V. Tadić
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 164-171abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Study of interactions between relevant organic acids and aluminium in model solutions using HPLC and IC
O. Drábek, I. Kipkoech Kiplagat, M. Komárek, V. Tejnecký, L. Borůvka
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 172-180abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Using basalt flour and brown algae to improve biological properties of soil contaminated with cadmium
M. Zaborowska, J. Kucharski, J. Wyszkowska
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 181-188abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Land use changes and sediment yield on a hilly watershed in Central-East Argentina
M.I. Delgado, F.J. Gaspari, E.E. Kruse
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 189-197abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Effects of soil cover and protective measures on reducing runoff and soil loss under artificial rainfall
Y. Zhang, M.M. Feng, J.Y. Yang, T.N. Zhao, H.L. Wu, C.Q. Shi, Y. Shen
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 198-205abstractdownload PDF

No. 2

Original Paper
Degradation of forest soils in the vicinity of an industrial zone
L. Pavlů, O. Drábek, L. Borůvka, A. Nikodem, K. Němeček
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 65-73abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Predicting oxidizable carbon content via visible- and near-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy in soils heavily affected by water erosion
R. Vašát, R. Kodešová, A. Klement, O. Jakšík
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 74-77abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Identifying the origin of soil water repellency at regional level using multiple soil characteristics: The White Carpathians and Myjavska pahorkatina Upland case study
L. Kořenková, I. Šimkovic, P. Dlapa, B. Juráni, P. Matúš
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 78-89abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Assessment of land capability for different irrigation systems by parametric and fuzzy approaches in the Mashhad Plain, northeast Iran
A. Bagherzadeh, P. Paymard
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 90-98abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Evaluation of growth-stage-specific crop coefficients of maize using weighing lysimeter
M. Abedinpour
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 99-104abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Land degradation by erosion and its economic consequences for the region of South Moravia (Czech Republic)
J. Podhrázská, J. Kučera, P. Karásek, J. Konečná
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 105-113abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Sustainability of the constructed wetland based on the characteristics in effluent
J. Josimov-Dundjerski, R. Savić, A. Belić, A. Salvai, J. Grabić
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 114-120abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Influence of land use changes on alleviation of Volvi Lake wetland (North Greece)
A. Kastridis, V. Kamperidou
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 121-129abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Potential microbiological threat to the Vistula waters by its tributaries in the vicinity of Kraków
A. Lenart-Boroń, M. Puchała, P. Boroń
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 130-136abstractdownload PDF

No. 1

Original Paper
Sorption of heavy metals in organic horizons of acid forest soils at low added concentrations
M. Vytopilová, V. Tejnecký, L. Borůvka, O. Drábek
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 1-9abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Modelling the impact of acid deposition on forest soils in North Bohemian Mountains with two dynamic models: the Very Simple Dynamic Model (VSD) and the Model of Acidification of Groundwater in Catchments (MAGIC)
R. Vašát, L. Pavlů, L. Borůvka, V. Tejnecký, A. Nikodem
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 10-18abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Soil pH changes in long-term field experiments with different fertilizing systems
F. Vašák, J. Černý, Š. Buráňová, M. Kulhánek, J. Balík
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 19-23abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Computation method of the drainage retention capacity of soil layers with a subsurface pipe drainage system
J. Pešková, J. Štibinger
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 24-31abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
A study of the debris flow activity on the one-stepped channel slope
S. Kim, H. Lee
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 32-39abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Changes in runoff regime. The Lomnice catchment case study
T. Bažatová, J. Šimková
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 40-48abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Long-term improvement in surface water quality after land consolidation in a drinking water reservoir catchment
M. Dumbrovský, V. Sobotková, B. Šarapatka, R. Váchalová, R. Pavelková Chmelová, J. Váchal
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 49-55abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper
Distribution of water loss via evapotranspiration in a pistachio tree orchard under drip irrigation and non-irrigation conditions
S. Özmen, R. Kanber, P. Steduto, M. Ünlü, Y. Aydin, K. Diker
Soil & Water Res., 10 (2015): 56-63abstractdownload PDF

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