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Treated wastewater irrigation effects on soil hydraulic conductivity and aggregate stability of loamy soils in Israel
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics
The use of treated wastewater (TWW) for agricultural irrigation becomes increasingly important in water stressed regions like the Middle East for substituting fresh water (FW) resources. Due to elevated salt concentrations and organic compounds in TWW this practice has potential adverse effects on soil quality, such as the reduction of hydraulic conductivity (HC) and soil aggregate stability (SAS). To assess the impact of TWW irrigation in comparison to FW irrigation on HC, in-situ infiltrationdoi:10.1515/johh-2015-0010 fatcat:pxlxzuxygnc2xawpb4fsgerxm4