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1991
J. Selker, Parlange, J. - Y., and Steenhuis, T. S., Comments on “Laboratory Tests of a Theory of Fingering During Infiltration into Layered Soils”, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 55, pp. 896–896, 1991.
T. S. Steenhuis, Selker, J., Bell, J., Kung, K. J., Parlange, J., and , Effects of soil layering on infiltration, in Irrigation and Drainage, 1991.
J. Selker, Steenhuis, T. S., Parlange, J., and , Estimation of loading via fingered flow, in Irrigation and drainage, 1991.
J. Selker, Unstable wetting in homogeneous soils under continuous infiltration. Cornell University, Jan., 1991.
K. J. S. Kung, Boll, J., Selker, J., Ritter, W. F., and Steenhuis, T. S., Use of ground penetrating radar to improve water quality monitoring in the vadose zone, in Preferential Flow, Proceedings of American Society of Agricultural Engineers National Symposium on Preferential Flow. Chicago, IL, 1991.
J. Boll, Selker, J., Nijssen, B. M., Steenhuis, T. S., Van Winkle, J., and Jolles, E., Water quality sampling under preferential flow conditions, in Lysimeters for Evapotranspiration and Environmental Measurements, 1991.
1989
J. Selker, Steenhuis, T. S., and Parlange, J. Y., Preferential flow in homogeneous sandy soils without layering, Paper-American Society of Agricultural Engineers (USA), 1989.

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