anatja samouelian
anatja samouelian
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Electrical resistivity survey in soil science: a review
A SamouŽlian, I Cousin, A Tabbagh, A Bruand, G Richard
Soil and Tillage Research 83 (2), 173-193, 2005
Electrical resistivity imaging for detecting soil cracking at the centimetric scale
A SamouŽlian, I Cousin, G Richard, A Tabbagh, A Bruand
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 (5), 1319-1326, 2003
Structural heterogeneity of the soil tilled layer as characterized by 2D electrical resistivity surveying
A Besson, I Cousin, A SamouŽlian, H Boizard, G Richard
Soil and Tillage Research 79 (2), 239-249, 2004
Lessivage as a major process of soil formation: A revisitation of existing data
L Quťnard, A SamouŽlian, B Laroche, S Cornu
Geoderma 167, 135-147, 2011
Three‐dimensional crack monitoring by electrical resistivity measurement
A SamouŽlian, G Richard, I Cousin, R Guerin, A Bruand, A Tabbagh
European Journal of Soil Science 55 (4), 751-762, 2004
Numerical modelling of direct current electrical resistivity for the characterisation of cracks in soils
J Tabbagh, A SamouŽlian, A Tabbagh, I Cousin
Journal of applied geophysics 62 (4), 313-323, 2007
Modelling the formation and evolution of soils, towards an initial synthesis
A SamouŽlian, S Cornu
Geoderma 145 (3-4), 401-409, 2008
S., Cornu. 2008. Modelling the formation and evolution of soils, towards an initial synthesis
A SamouŽlian
Geoderma 145, 401-409, 0
Impact of redox cycles on manganese, iron, cobalt, and lead in nodules
S Cornu, JA Cattle, A SamouŽlian, C Laveuf, LRG Guilherme, P Albťric
Soil Science Society of America Journal 73 (4), 1231-1241, 2009
Upscaling hydraulic conductivity based on the topology of the sub-scale structure
A SamouŽlian, HJ Vogel, O Ippisch
Advances in water resources 30 (5), 1179-1189, 2007
Experimental approach of lessivage: Quantification and mechanisms
S Cornu, L Quťnard, I Cousin, A SamouŽlian
Geoderma 213, 357-370, 2014
Reprint of “Multi-step and two-step experiments in heterogeneous porous media to evaluate the relevance of dynamic effects”
HJ Vogel, A SamouŽlian, O Ippisch
Advances in water resources 31 (9), I-VIII, 2008
Evaluating SoilGen2 as a tool for projecting soil evolution induced by global change
S Keyvanshokouhi, S Cornu, A Samouelian, P Finke
Science of the Total Environment 571, 110-123, 2016
The role of pebbles in the water dynamics of a stony soil cultivated with young poplars
M Tetegan, N Korboulewsky, A Bouthier, A SamouŽlian, I Cousin
Plant and Soil 391 (1-2), 307-320, 2015
Assessing the usage potential of SoilGen2 to predict clay translocation under forest and agricultural land uses
PA Finke, A SamouŽlian, M Suarez‐Bonnet, B Laroche, SS Cornu
European Journal of Soil Science 66 (1), 194-205, 2015
Seepage patterns of Diuron in a ditch bed during a sequence of flood events
C Dages, A SamouŽlian, S Negro, V Storck, O Huttel, M Voltz
Science of The Total Environment 537, 120-128, 2015
Determining the effective hydraulic properties of a highly heterogeneous soil horizon
A Samouelian, I Cousin, C Dages, A Frison, G Richard
Vadose Zone Journal 10 (1), 450-458, 2011
Determining the effective properties of a highly heterogeneous horizon: Estimations by numerical simulations and calculations by analytical equations 2
A SamouŽlian, I Cousin, C DagŤs, A Frison, G Richard
OMERE: A long-term observatory of soil and water resources, in interaction with agricultural and land management in Mediterranean hilly catchments
J Molťnat, D Raclot, R Zitouna, P Andrieux, G Coulouma, D Feurer, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 17 (1), 2018
Hydrologic information in pedologic models
A SamouŽlian, P Finke, Y Goddťris, S Cornu
Hydropedology, 595-636, 2012
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