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SWAP 50 year: Advances in modelling soil-water-atmosphere-plant interactions

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“Modelling soil-water-atmosphere-plant interactions and the modelling of processes in the unsaturated zone is performed in research and engineering projects worldwide, often extended to practical applications by stakeholders. The hydrological model SWAP stands out as a frequently used tool in this context. We consider the SWAP model and its predecessors like SWATR and SWACROP to have been initiated half a century ago, in 1974, in an article by Feddes, Bresler and Neuman in Water Resources Research entitled ‘Field test of a modified numerical model for water uptake by root systems’.”

(Citation: Heinen, M., Mulder, M., van Dam, J., Bartholomeus, R., de Jong van Lier, Q., de Wit, J., de Wit, A., and Hack-ten Broeke, M.: SWAP 50 year: Advances in modelling soil-water-atmosphere-plant interactions, EGU General Assembly 2024, Vienna, Austria, 14–19 Apr 2024, EGU24-21812, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu24-21812, 2024)

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