At an imposed matric potential of -10kPa there was no significant difference in soil water content between the treatments.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Matric Potential
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A Watermark soil moisture sensor is an electrical resistance block that measures soil matric potential (fig.
The relationship of UCS to matric potential is described by a positive exponential function, with subsoil and saprolite becoming stronger as matric potential increases (Fig.
The weight of each sample was recorded at each matric potential and after oven drying.
While vertical flow rate must be uniform and the hydraulic conductivity is not uniform with depth, matric potential will vary in heterogeneous soil.
Matric potential and soil water contents Volumetric soil water contents were measured in 0.
1%, the matric potential at which the water content increased is still negative, but at fractions >5.
After equilibration at a matric potential of -100 kPa, the steel sleeve containing the sample was lengthened by taping an empty duplicate sleeve to the upper end.