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Lecture Notes in Earth System Sciences
Important physical and biological processes in soil-plantmicrobial systems are dominated by the geometry of soil pore space, and a correct model of this geometry is critical for understanding them. We analyze the geometry of soil pore space with the X-ray computed tomography (CT) of intact soil columns. We present here some preliminary results of our investigation on Minkowski functionals of parallel sets to characterize soil structure. We also show how the evolution of Minkowski morphologicaldoi:10.1007/978-3-642-32408-6_48 fatcat:mask6qmna5gilpy4u3g35dhzfq