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Chapitre 10 : Preliminary grouping of soils

Abstract : Grouping soils appeared very early as a way to increase the reliability and applicability of PTFs. Indeed, as noticed by Hodnett and Tomasella (2002), it might be never possible to develop a very reliable “universal” PTF for all soils because the worldwide range of soil properties is so great. Grouping emerged as a strategy to stratify the resulting variability, thus enabling the development of closer PTFs between hydraulic properties and easily available basic soil properties.
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Ary Bruand. Chapitre 10 : Preliminary grouping of soils. Developments in Soil Science, Elsevier, pp.159-174, 2006. ⟨hal-00023312⟩

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