John Koestel
John Koestel
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Quantitative imaging of solute transport in an unsaturated and undisturbed soil monolith with 3‐D ERT and TDR
J Koestel, A Kemna, M Javaux, A Binley, H Vereecken
Water Resources Research 44 (12), 2008
1702008
Pedotransfer functions in Earth system science: challenges and perspectives
K Van Looy, J Bouma, M Herbst, J Koestel, B Minasny, U Mishra, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 55 (4), 1199-1256, 2017
1572017
Understanding preferential flow in the vadose zone: Recent advances and future prospects
N Jarvis, J Koestel, M Larsbo
Vadose Zone Journal 15 (12), 1-11, 2016
1182016
Influence of soil, land use and climatic factors on the hydraulic conductivity of soil
N Jarvis, J Koestel, I Messing, J Moeys, A Lindahl
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (12), 5185-5195, 2013
1162013
Relations between macropore network characteristics and the degree of preferential solute transport
M Larsbo, J Koestel, N Jarvis
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (12), 5255-5269, 2014
822014
Meta-analysis of the effects of soil properties, site factors and experimental conditions on solute transport
JK Koestel, J Moeys, NJ Jarvis
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (6), 1647-1665, 2012
782012
Connectivity and percolation of structural pore networks in a cultivated silt loam soil quantified by X-ray tomography
N Jarvis, M Larsbo, J Koestel
Geoderma 287, 71-79, 2017
732017
Imaging and quantification of preferential solute transport in soil macropores
J Koestel, M Larsbo
Water Resources Research 50 (5), 4357-4378, 2014
682014
Effects of subsoil compaction on hydraulic properties and preferential flow in a Swedish clay soil
M Mossadeghi-Björklund, J Arvidsson, T Keller, J Koestel, M Lamandé, ...
Soil and Tillage Research 156, 91-98, 2016
592016
Microbial spatial footprint as a driver of soil carbon stabilization
AN Kravchenko, AK Guber, BS Razavi, J Koestel, MY Quigley, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
552019
What determines the strength of preferential transport in undisturbed soil under steady-state flow?
J Koestel, H Jorda
Geoderma 217, 144-160, 2014
522014
Comparison of heterogeneous transport processes observed with electrical resistivity tomography in two soils
S Garré, J Koestel, T Günther, M Javaux, J Vanderborght, H Vereecken
Vadose Zone Journal 9 (2), 336-349, 2010
522010
Evaluation of nonparametric shape measures for solute breakthrough curves
JK Koestel, J Moeys, NJ Jarvis
Vadose Zone Journal 10 (4), 1261-1275, 2011
492011
Links between soil properties and steady‐state solute transport through cultivated topsoil at the field scale
JK Koestel, T Norgaard, NM Luong, AL Vendelboe, P Moldrup, NJ Jarvis, ...
Water Resources Research 49 (2), 790-807, 2013
482013
Soil properties and susceptibility to preferential solute transport in tilled topsoil at the catchment scale
A Ghafoor, J Koestel, M Larsbo, J Moeys, N Jarvis
Journal of Hydrology 492, 190-199, 2013
462013
Using boosted regression trees to explore key factors controlling saturated and near‐saturated hydraulic conductivity
H Jorda, M Bechtold, N Jarvis, J Koestel
European Journal of Soil Science 66 (4), 744-756, 2015
452015
Post-tillage evolution of structural pore space and saturated and near-saturated hydraulic conductivity in a clay loam soil
M Sandin, J Koestel, N Jarvis, M Larsbo
Soil and Tillage Research 165, 161-168, 2017
442017
Preferential flow in a pedological perspective
NJ Jarvis, J Moeys, J Koestel, JM Hollis, H Lin
Hydropedology: Synergistic integration of soil science and hydrology, 75-120, 2012
432012
Noninvasive 3‐D transport characterization in a sandy soil using ERT: 1. Investigating the validity of ERT‐derived transport parameters
J Koestel, J Vanderborght, M Javaux, A Kemna, A Binley, H Vereecken
Vadose Zone Journal 8 (3), 711-722, 2009
432009
Long-term effects of grass-clover leys on the structure of a silt loam soil in a cold climate
N Jarvis, J Forkman, J Koestel, T Kätterer, M Larsbo, A Taylor
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 247, 319-328, 2017
322017
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