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|Title: ||A note on the Hybrid Soil Moisture Deficit Model v2.0|
|Authors: ||Schulte, Rogier P. O.|
Creamer, Rachel E.
Holden, Nicholas M.
|Keywords: ||Areas of natural constraint|
|Issue Date: ||30-Dec-2015|
|Publisher: ||Teagasc (Agriculture and Food Development Authority), Ireland|
|Citation: ||Schulte, R., Simo, I., Creamer, R., et al. (2015). A note on the Hybrid Soil Moisture Deficit Model v2.0. Irish Journal of Agricultural and Food Research, 54(2), pp. 126-131. doi:10.1515/ijafr-2015-0014|
|Series/Report no.: ||Irish Journal of Agricultural and Food Research;vol 54|
|Abstract: ||The Hybrid Soil Moisture Deficit (HSMD) model has been used for a wide range of applications, including modelling of grassland productivity and utilisation, assessment of agricultural management opportunities such as slurry spreading, predicting nutrient emissions to the environment and risks of pathogen transfer to water. In the decade since its publication, various ad hoc modifications have been developed and the recent publication of the Irish Soil Information System has facilitated improved assessment of the spatial soil moisture dynamics. In this short note, we formally present a new version of the model (HSMD2.0), which includes two new soil drainage classes, as well as an optional module to account for the topographic wetness index at any location. In addition, we present a new Indicative Soil Drainage Map for Ireland, based on the Irish Soil Classification system, developed as part of the Irish Soil Information System.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJAFR, volume 54, no 2, 2015|
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