lysimeter


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lysimeter

(lī-sim′ĕt-ĕr) [Gr. lysis, dissolution + -meter]
An apparatus for determining solubilities of various substances.
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Irrigation management in the drainage lysimeter was determined based on water balance, drainage and reference evapotranspiration obtained in the grass-lysimeter.
n] with water content was not widespread as demonstrated by the Camden, Griffith lysimeters soils, Terang and Noorat experiments.
The ETr of the study region was evaluated with a lysimeter measurement scale and a calculation scale via the PM equation.
Using the surface-renewal device from Tule is like having a lysimeter in every vineyard," Fletcher says.
Although precise, evapotranspiration (ET) measurements obtained using the lysimetry technique can also be affected by environmental and design factors such as advection, lysimeter size, soil moisture regime, wall thickness and distance, wall edge height, and differences in the height and density of vegetation inside and outside the lysimeter (CAMPECHE et al.
Therefore, a lysimeter study was planned in to identify high yielding sunflower genotypes which has potential to tolerate salinity stress.
Lysimeter comparison of the role of waste characteristics in the formation of mineral deposits in leachate drainage systems, Waste Manage Research 24: 560-572.
The study can be used for optimization of the cropping pattern and can further be improved by estimation of crop water requirement using Lysimeter studies to be carried out in the study area.
Incharge DRIP Muhammad Khan Mari also briefed the Federal Secretary about the functioning of laboratory and lysimeter of the Institute.
Each lysimeter contained, from the base upwards, 5 cm of gravel and 5 cm of sand (to allow unrestricted exchange with the supply of groundwater), then soil to 5 cm below the rim.
For the leachate formation the artificial soil profile were made for that lysimeter (device used to measure rate of movement of water through or from a soil layers) was used to collect the percolated water for leachate quality analysis.