Prof. Dr. Coen Ritsema
Prof. Dr. Coen Ritsema
Wageningen University
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How water moves in a water repellent sandy soil: 1. Potential and actual water repellency
LW Dekker, CJ Ritsema
Water Resources Research 30 (9), 2507-2517, 1994
LISEM: a single‐event physically based hydrological and soil erosion model for drainage basins. I: theory, input and output
APJ De Roo, CG Wesseling, CJ Ritsema
Hydrological processes 10 (8), 1107-1117, 1996
Emerging pollutants in the environment: a challenge for water resource management
V Geissen, H Mol, E Klumpp, G Umlauf, M Nadal, M Van der Ploeg, ...
International soil and water conservation research 3 (1), 57-65, 2015
Preferential flow mechanism in a water repellent sandy soil
CJ Ritsema, LW Dekker, JMH Hendrickx, W Hamminga
Water Resources Research 29 (7), 2183-2193, 1993
Water repellency and critical soil water content in a dune sand
LW Dekker, SH Doerr, K Oostindie, AK Ziogas, CJ Ritsema
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (6), 1667-1674, 2001
How water moves in a water repellent sandy soil: 2. Dynamics of fingered flow
CJ Ritsema, LW Dekker
Water resources research 30 (9), 2519-2531, 1994
Wetting patterns and moisture variability in water repellent Dutch soils
LW Dekker, CJ Ritsema
Journal of Hydrology 231, 148-164, 2000
The threat of soil salinity: A European scale review
IN Daliakopoulos, IK Tsanis, A Koutroulis, NN Kourgialas, ...
Science of the Total Environment 573, 727-739, 2016
Effectiveness of buffer strips in removing pollutants in runoff from a cultivated field in North-East Italy
M Borin, M Vianello, F Morari, G Zanin
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 105 (1-2), 101-114, 2005
Pesticide residues in European agricultural soils–A hidden reality unfolded
V Silva, HGJ Mol, P Zomer, M Tienstra, CJ Ritsema, V Geissen
Science of the Total Environment 653, 1532-1545, 2019
Occurrence, prediction and hydrological effects of water repellency amongst major soil and land‐use types in a humid temperate climate
SH Doerr, RA Shakesby, LW Dekker, CJ Ritsema
European Journal of Soil Science 57 (5), 741-754, 2006
Physics of water repellent soils
TWJ Bauters, TS Steenhuis, DA DiCarlo, JL Nieber, LW Dekker, ...
Journal of Hydrology 231, 233-243, 2000
Modeling and field evidence of finger formation and finger recurrence in a water repellent sandy soil
CJ Ritsema, LW Dekker, JL Nieber, TS Steenhuis
Water Resources Research 34 (4), 555-567, 1998
Effect of drying temperature on the severity of soil water repellency
LW Dekker, CJ Ritsema, K Oostindie, OH Boersma
Soil Science 163 (10), 780-796, 1998
Combining analytical frameworks to assess livelihood vulnerability to climate change and analyse adaptation options
MS Reed, G Podesta, I Fazey, N Geeson, R Hessel, K Hubacek, D Letson, ...
Ecological Economics 94, 66-77, 2013
Preferential flow paths in a water repellent clay soil with grass cover
LW Dekker, CJ Ritsema
Water Resources Research 32 (5), 1239-1249, 1996
Use of barley straw residues to avoid high erosion and runoff rates on persimmon plantations in Eastern Spain under low frequency–high magnitude simulated rainfall events
A Cerd, Gonzlez-Pelayo, A Gimnez-Morera, A Jordn, P Pereira, ...
Soil Research 54 (2), 154-165, 2016
Water repellency of soils: the influence of ambient relative humidity
SH Doerr, LW Dekker, CJ Ritsema, RA Shakesby, R Bryant
Soil Science Society of America Journal 66 (2), 401-405, 2002
Occurrence of soil water repellency in arid and humid climates
DF Jaramillo, LW Dekker, CJ Ritsema, JMH Hendrickx
Journal of Hydrology 231, 105-111, 2000
Extraction of compounds associated with water repellency in sandy soils of different origin
SH Doerr, CT Llewellyn, P Douglas, CP Morley, KA Mainwaring, ...
Soil Research 43 (3), 225-237, 2005
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