"Experimental and Modeling Investigation of Shallow Water Table Fluctuations in Relation to Reverse Wieringermeer Effect"
written by Ibrahimi Mohamed Khaled, Miyazaki Tsuyoshi, Nishikawa Kohei, Nishimura Taku, Imoto Hiromi,
published by Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol.1 No.2, 2011
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