By J. P. O'Kane
This Festschrift containing 16 invited essays and papers is a tribute to the prestigious Irish hydrologist James Dooge at the get together of his seventieth birthday. His former scholars, colleagues and neighbors in fourteen international locations, have supplied a diverse choice on his favorite subject matters: movement in open channels and unsaturated soil, and likewise from his significant curiosity of modern years, huge scale hydrology and international change.
The e-book has 3 sections. the 1st part on hydrological tactics includes six papers. the second one part on huge scale hydrology has 4 papers. Six historic, reflective and philosophical essays at the earlier and way forward for the hydrological sciences shape the 3rd part of the booklet
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T h e evaporatin g surface , whic h i s initiall y locate d i n th e pea t surfac e a t ζ = 0, starts to move downwards and transport of p e a t - w a t e r in the vapour phase appears. Eventually thermal gradients become important and must be consid ered. Values of Ep may be estimated from P e n m a n ' s (1948) equation using standard meteorological data or from open water evaporation rates after correction by a pan factor. A diurnal cycle may be introduced into Ep in proportion to the elevation of the sun (Van Bavel and Hillel, 1976; Hillel, 1977).
H is a direct non-linear function of the state variable and may b e found by substituting θ in (10), and using (8) and (9). Variations in dry bulk density with depth or with water content can be accom modated as extensions of the theory. For simplicity only variations with depth are included in this paper. 3. 1. , 1987). These are: (1) a water balance, that states that water mass is conserved; and (2) a dynamic equation, with liquid and vapour water flux proportional to the gradient in peat water potential.