Keith Smettem
Keith Smettem
Professorial Fellow
Verified email at murdoch.edu.au
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Three‐dimensional analysis of infiltration from the disc infiltrometer: 2. Physically based infiltration equation
R Haverkamp, PJ Ross, KRJ Smettem, JY Parlange
Water Resources Research 30 (11), 2931-2935, 1994
3561994
A reactive soil moisture sensor network: Design and field evaluation
R Cardell-Oliver, M Kranz, K Smettem, K Mayer
International journal of distributed sensor networks 1 (2), 149-162, 2005
2682005
Measuring unsaturated sorptivity and hydraulic conductivity using multiple disc permeameters
KRJ Smettem, BE Clothier
Journal of Soil Science 40 (3), 563-568, 1989
2211989
Infiltration theory for hydrologic applications
RE Smith, KRJ Smettem, P Broadbridge
American Geophysical Union, 2002
2002002
Field testing a wireless sensor network for reactive environmental monitoring [soil moisture measurement]
R Cardell-Oliver, K Smettem, M Kranz, K Mayer
Proceedings of the 2004 Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information …, 2004
1602004
Describing soil hydraulic properties with sums of simple functions
PJ Ross, KRJ Smettem
Soil Science Society of America Journal 57 (1), 26-29, 1993
1431993
Soil water depletion by Eucalyptus spp. integrated into dryland agricultural systems
N Robinson, RJ Harper, KRJ Smettem
Plant and Soil 286 (1), 141-151, 2006
1342006
Three‐dimensional analysis of infiltration from the disc infiltrometer: 1. A capillary‐based theory
KRJ Smettem, JY Parlange, PJ Ross, R Haverkamp
Water Resources Research 30 (11), 2925-2929, 1994
1321994
The potential of greenhouse sinks to underwrite improved land management
RJ Harper, AC Beck, P Ritson, MJ Hill, CD Mitchell, DJ Barrett, ...
Ecological Engineering 29 (4), 329-341, 2007
1172007
Combining laboratory and field measurements to define the hydraulic properties of soil
BE Clothier, KRJ Smettem
Soil Science Society of America Journal 54 (2), 299-304, 1990
1141990
Effect of rotation and conservation tillage of earthworms in a red-brown earth under wheat
AD Rovira, KRJ Smettem, KE Lee
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 38 (5), 829-834, 1987
1091987
Estimating the contribution of preferential flow to subsurface runoff from a hillslope using deuterium and chloride
FW Leaney, KRJ Smettem, DJ Chittleborough
Journal of Hydrology 147 (1-4), 83-103, 1993
1011993
The effect of farm dams and constructed banks on hydrologic connectivity and runoff estimation in agricultural landscapes
JN Callow, KRJ Smettem
Environmental Modelling & Software 24 (8), 959-968, 2009
972009
Relationships between soil properties and high-resolution radiometrics, central eastern Wheatbelt, Western Australia
MJ Taylor, K Smettem, G Pracilio, W Verboom
Exploration geophysics 33 (2), 95-102, 2002
942002
A simple treatment of physical nonequilibrium water flow in soils
PJ Ross, KRJ Smettem
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (6), 1926-1930, 2000
902000
The influence of macropores on runoff generation from a hillslope soil with a contrasting textural class
KRJ Smettem, DJ Chittleborough, BG Richards, FW Leaney
Journal of Hydrology 122 (1-4), 235-251, 1991
831991
Measuring the hydraulic properties of a stable aggregated soil
KRJ Smettem, C Kirkby
Journal of Hydrology 117 (1-4), 1-13, 1990
811990
Determination of spatial distribution patterns of clay and plant available potassium contents in surface soils at the farm scale using high resolution gamma ray spectrometry
G Pracilio, ML Adams, KRJ Smettem, RJ Harper
Plant and Soil 282 (1), 67-82, 2006
802006
An evaluation of some fluorescent and non‐fluorescent dyes in the identification of water transmission routes in soils
KRJ Smettem, ST Trudgill
Journal of Soil Science 34 (1), 45-56, 1983
771983
Predicted salinity impacts from land use change: comparison between rapid assessment approaches and a detailed modelling framework
C Beverly, M Bari, B Christy, M Hocking, K Smettem
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 45 (11), 1453-1469, 2006
762006
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