Jan Hopmans

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Hydrology: soil physics, flow and transport modeling, soil moisture, microtomography, scaling techniques, plant root-soil water interactions

Professor; Hydrology Program; Department of Land; Air and Water Resources; Associate Dean; College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
UC Davis - University of California, Davis
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Ph.D., Auburn University, 1985


Research focuses on Vadose Zone Hydrology: soil physics, flow and transport modeling, soil moisture, microtomography, scaling techniques, plant root-soil water interactions, parameter optimization, soil hydraulic properties, climate change impacts, irrigation water management, soil moisture sensor development, soil salinity, forest hydrology.


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