2017 
Lisle IG, Sander GC, Parlange JY, Rose CW, Hogarth WL, Braddock RD, et al., 'Transport time scales in soil erosion modeling', Vadose Zone Journal, 16 113 (2017) [C1]



2014 
Hogarth WL, Li L, Lockington DA, Stagnitti F, Parlange MB, Barry DA, et al., 'Analytical approximation for the recession of a sloping aquifer', Water Resources Research, 50 85648570 (2014) [C1]
Â© 2014. American Geophysical Union. All Rights Reserved. An approximation is obtained for the recession of a sloping aquifer. The analytical approximation can provide a useful to... [more]
Â© 2014. American Geophysical Union. All Rights Reserved. An approximation is obtained for the recession of a sloping aquifer. The analytical approximation can provide a useful tool to analyze data and obtain physical properties of the aquifer. In contrast to the case of a horizontal aquifer, when plotting the time derivative of the flux versus the flux on a log scale, the result shows that the flux derivative reaches a minimum value and that the curve can have a slope of unity as often observed. Illustration of the application of the analytical results to the Mahantango Creek data is also discussed.



2013 
Hogarth WL, Lockington DA, Barry DA, Parlange MB, Haverkamp R, Parlange JY, 'Infiltration in soils with a saturated surface', Water Resources Research, 49 26832688 (2013) [C1]



2013 
Hogarth WL, Stagnitti F, Barry DA, Lockington DA, Li L, Parlange JY, 'Porous media pressure distribution in centrifugal fields', Water Resources Research, 49 71337138 (2013) [C1]



2012 
Butler HJ, McTainsh GH, Hogarth WL, 'Simulations of spatial variability in particlesize emissions during wind erosion events', Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 37 13621375 (2012) [C1]



2012 
Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Heng BCP, Sander GC, Barry DA, Brovelli A, et al., 'Erosion of soils due to rainfall impact  an interpolation method', Ecohydrology, 5 575579 (2012) [C1]



2011 
Hogarth WL, Rose CW, Parlange JY, 'Erosion caused by overland flow: An interpolation method', Journal of Hydrology, 402 155158 (2011) [C3]



2011 
Hogarth WL, Lockington DA, Barry DA, Parlange MB, Sander GC, Li L, et al., 'Analysis of time compression approximations', Water Resources Research, 47 W09501 (2011) [C1]



2010 
Barry DA, Sander GC, Jomaa S, Heng BCP, Parlange JY, Lisle IG, Hogarth WL, 'Exact solutions of the HairsineRose precipitationdriven erosion model for a uniform grainsized soil', Journal of Hydrology, 389 399405 (2010) [C1]



2010 
Parlange JY, Haverkamp R, Sander G, Hogarth WL, Braddock RD, 'Comments on 'General scaling rules of the hysteretic water retention function based on Mualem's domain theory' by Y. Mualem & A. Beriozkin', European Journal of Soil Science, 61 1113U322 (2010) [C3]



2008 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Rose CW, Sander G, Walter MT, Walter MF, 'A note on Chow's description of the weak hydraulic jump', Journal of Hydraulic Research, 46 703706 (2008) [C1]



2007 
Rose CW, Yu B, Ghadiri H, Asadi H, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Hussein J, 'Dynamic erosion of soil in steady sheet flow', Journal of Hydrology, 333 449458 (2007) [C1]



2007 
Sander GC, Parlange JY, Barry DA, Parlange MB, Hogarth WL, 'Limitation of the transport capacity approach in sediment transport modeling', Water Resources Research, 43 19 (2007) [C1]



2006 
DeBruyn D, Walter MT, Rose CW, Parlange JY, Steenhuis TS, Sander GC, et al., 'Testing a mechanistic soil erosion model with a simple experiment (vol 244, pg 9, 2001)', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 317 171172 (2006) [C1]



2006 
Heilig A, Debruyn D, Walter MT, Rose CW, Parlange JY, Steenhuis TS, et al., 'Erratum: Testing a mechanistic soil erosion model with a simple experiment (Journal of Hydrology (2001) 244 (916) DOI: 10.1016/S00221694(00)004005)', Journal of Hydrology, 317 171172 (2006) [C3] 


2006 
Barry DA, Parlange JY, Sander GC, Li L, Jeng DS, Hogarth WL, 'Discussion of "Closure to 'Explicit solution to Green and Ampt infiltration equation' by Sergio E. Serrano"', Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 11 282284 (2006) [C3]



2005 
Butler HJ, Tainsh GH, Hogarth WL, Leys JF, 'Kinky profiles: Effects of soil surface heating upon vertical dust concentration profiles in the Channel Country of western Queensland, Australia', Journal of Geophysical Research (Earth Surface), 110 114 (2005) [C1]



2005 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Rose CW, Fuentes C, Haverkamp R, Walter MT, 'Interpolation between DarcyWeisbach and Darcy for laminar and turbulent flows', Advances in Water Resources, 28 10281031 (2005) [C1]



2005 
Gao B, Walter MT, Steenhuis TS, Parlange JY, Richards BK, Hogarth WL, Rose CW, 'Investigating raindrop effects on transport of sediment and nonsorbed chemicals from soil to surface runoff', Journal of Hydrology, 308 313320 (2005) [C1]



2004 
Rose CW, Gao B, Walter MT, Steenhuis TS, Parlange JY, Nakano K, Hogarth WL, 'Reply to comment on 'Investigating ponding depth and soil detachability for a mechanistic erosion model using a simple experiment' by Gao, B., et al., 2003. Journal of Hydrology 277, 116124', Journal of Hydrology, 289 307308 (2004) [C3]



2004 
Gao B, Walter MT, Steenhuis TS, Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, 'Rainfall induced chemical transport from soil to runoff: theory and experiments', Journal of Hydrology, 295 291304 (2004) [C1]



2004 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Rose CW, Sander GC, Steenhuis TS, Barry A, 'Soil erosion due to rainfall impact with inflow: an analytical solution with spatial and temporal effects', Journal of Hydrology, 295 140148 (2004) [C1]



2004 
Hogarth WL, Rose CW, Parlange JY, Sander GC, Carey G, 'Soil erosion due to rainfall impact with no inflow: a numerical solution with spatial and temporal effects of sediment settling velocity characteristics', Journal of Hydrology, 294 229240 (2004) [C1]



2004 
Stagnitti F, Li L, Parlange JY, Brutsaert W, Lockington DA, Steenjuis TS, et al., 'Drying front in a sloping aquifier: Nonlinear effects', Water Resources Research, 40 W04601 (2004) [C1]



2004 
Parlange JY, Barry DA, Hogarth WL, Govindaraju RS, Parlange MB, Lockington D, 'Reply to the 'Comments on 'On an Exact Analytical Solution of the Boussinesq Equation'', Transport in porous media 52, 389394, 2003', Transport In Porous Media, 56 113116 (2004) [C3] 


2003 
Rose CW, Yu B, Hogarth WL, Okom AEA, Ghadiri H, 'Sediment deposition from flow at low gradients into a buffer strip  a critical test of reentrainment theory', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 280 3351 (2003) [C1]



2003 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Rose CW, 'Addendum to overland flow to and through a segment of uniform resistance', Journal of Hydrology, 283, 218224 (2003) [C1]



2003 
Gao B, Walter MT, Steenhuis TS, Parlange JY, Nakano K, Rose CW, Hogarth WL, 'Investigating ponding depth and soil detachability for a mechanistic erosion model using a simple experiment', Journal of Hydrology, 277, 116124 (2003) [C1]



2003 
Barry DA, Parlange JY, Sander GC, Li L, Jeng DS, Hogarth WL, 'Discussion of "closure to 'explicit solution to green and ampt infiltration equation' by Sergio E. Serrano"', Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 8 168170 (2003)



2003 
Barry DA, Parlange YL, Sander GC, Li L, Jeng DS, Hogarth WL, 'Discussion of 'Explicit Solution to Green and Ampt Infiltration Equation' by Sergio E Serrano', Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 8 166168 (2003) [C1]



2002 
Rose CW, Hogarth WL, Ghadiri H, Parlange JY, Okom A, 'Overland flow to and through a segment of uniform resistance', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 255 134150 (2002) [C1]



2002 
Barry DA, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Li L, Jeng DS, 'Comment on "Solute transport under nonlinear sorption and decay" by Sergio E. Serrano', WATER RESEARCH, 36 31733174 (2002) [C1]



2002 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Govindaraju RS, 'Interaction of a wetting front with an impervious wall  a new superposition method for the Boussinesq Equation', Transport in Porous Media, 49 18 (2002) [C1] 


2002 
Barry DA, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Li L, Jeng DS, 'Reply: Comment on "Solute transport under nonlinear sorption and decay" by Sergio E. Serrano', Water Research, 36 31713172 (2002) [C1] 


2002 
Barry DA, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Li L, Jeng DS, 'Comment on "Solute transport under nonlinear sorption and decay.".', Water Research, 36 (2002) 


2001 
Ghadiri H, Rose CW, Hogarth WL, 'The influence of grass and porous barrier strips on runoff hydrology and sediment transport', TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASAE, 44 259268 (2001)



2001 
Heilig A, DeBruyn D, Walter MT, Rose CW, Parlange JY, Steenhuis TS, et al., 'Testing a mechanistic soil erosion model with a simple experiment', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 244 916 (2001)



2001 
Parlange JY, Stagnitti F, Heilig A, Szilagyi J, Parlange MB, Steenhuis TS, et al., 'Sudden drawdown and drainage of a horizontal aquifer', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 37 20972101 (2001) [C1]



2001 
Butler HJ, Hogarth WL, McTainsh GH, 'Effects of spatial variations in source areas upon dust concentration profiles during three wind erosion events in Australia', EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 26 10391048 (2001) [C1]



2001 
Parlange JY, Lockington D, Sander G, Hogarth WL, Barry DA, Li L, et al., 'Comments on "Exact solution for horizontal redistribution by general similarity"', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 65 957958 (2001) [C3]



2000 
Barry DA, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Govindaraju RS, Parlange MB, Lockington D, Li L, 'Comment on "Modeling transient stream/aquifer interaction with the nonlinear Boussinesq equation and its analytical solution" by Serrano S.E., Workman S.R., 1998, Journal of Hydrology 206, 245255', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 235 289292 (2000)



2000 
Barry DA, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Govindaraju RS, Parlange MB, Lockington D, Li L, 'Rejoinder to comment on "Modeling transient stream/aquifer interaction with the nonlinear Boussinesq equation and its analytical solution" by Serrano S.E., Workman S.R., 1998. Journal of Hydrology 206, 245255  Disscussion', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 235 297297 (2000)



2000 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, 'Application and improvement of a recent approximate analytical solution of Richards' equation', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 36 19651968 (2000)



2000 
Parlange JY, Hogarth W, Ross P, Parlange MB, Sivapalan M, Sander GC, Liu MC, 'A note on the error analysis of time compression approximations', Water Resources Research, 36 24012406 (2000)
The accuracy of the time compression analysis (TCA) is analyzed by comparison with a numerical solution. Both the standard TCA and a new modified TCA are considered for a power la... [more]
The accuracy of the time compression analysis (TCA) is analyzed by comparison with a numerical solution. Both the standard TCA and a new modified TCA are considered for a power law diffusivity and constant surface flux. As expected, the error of the approximations decreases with increasing power, and the error of the modified TCA is about half the error of the standard TCA. In a second part, the errors of the two TCAs are measured using a simple analytical solution instead of a numerical solution. It is shown that the conclusions remain the same for the analytical and numerical solutions. The advantage of using the analytical solution is to obtain simple analytical expressions, showing the influence of parameters. This is done to estimate the maximum error of both TCAs. A practical estimate of the errors can be obtained from equations which only require knowledge of the soil water diffusivity. It appears that for real soils the errors of the TCA are always < 1% and thus are a very reliable tool for practical problems. Although not studied systematically, it also appears that gravity effects reduce the errors of the TCA so that the error obtained in the absence of gravity provides a conservative estimate when gravity is present.



2000 
Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Govindaraju RS, Parlange MB, Lockington D, 'On an exact analytical solution of the Boussinesq equation', TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA, 39 339345 (2000)



1999 
Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Rose CW, Sander GC, Hairsine P, Lisle I, 'Addendum to unsteady soil erosion model', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 217 149156 (1999)



1999 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Govindaraju RS, Koelliker JK, 'Reply to the comment by A.R. Kacimov on Linearised Boussinesq equation for modeling bank storage  a correction', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 218 9798 (1999)



1999 
Hairsine PB, Sander GC, Rose CW, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Lisle I, Rouhipour H, 'Unsteady soil erosion due to rainfall impact: a model of sediment sorting on the hillslope', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 220 115128 (1999)



1999 
Jakeman GN, Saul A, Hogarth WL, Collins WE, 'Anaemia of acute malaria infections in nonimmune patients primarily results from destruction of uninfected erythrocytes', PARASITOLOGY, 119 127133 (1999)



1999 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, 'Solving the Boussinesq equation using solutions of the Blasius equation', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 35 885887 (1999)



1999 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Parlange MB, Lockington D, 'Approximate analytical solution of the Boussinesq equation with numerical validation', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 35 31933197 (1999)



1999 
Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Barry DA, Parlange MB, Haverkamp R, Ross PJ, et al., 'Analytical approximation to the solutions of Richards' equation with applications to infiltration, pending, and time compression approximation', ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES, 23 189194 (1999)



1998 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Wallach R, 'Some comments on "Deposition in narrow channels"', CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, 53 13171318 (1998) 


1998 
Lisle IG, Rose CW, Hogarth WL, Hairsine PB, Sander GC, Parlange JY, 'Stochastic sediment transport in soil erosion', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 204 217230 (1998)



1998 
Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Barry DA, Steenhuis TS, Parlange MB, Haverkamp R, et al., 'Comment on "Series solution for Richards equation under concentration boundary conditions and uniform initial conditions"', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 34 32113211 (1998)



1998 
Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Parlange MB, Haverkamp R, Barry DA, Ross PJ, Steenhuis TS, 'Approximate analytical solution of the nonlinear diffusion equation for arbitrary boundary conditions', TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA, 30 4555 (1998)



1997 
Watson KK, Sardana VA, Sander GC, Hogarth WL, 'Comparison of analytical and numerical results for nonhysteretic redistribution in a vertical bounded soil profile', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 198 335345 (1997)



1997 
Hogarth WL, Govindaraju RS, Parlange JY, Koelliker JK, 'Linearised Boussinesq equation for modelling bank storage  a correction', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 198 377385 (1997)



1997 
Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, 'Soil water diffusivity determination by general similarity theory  Comments', SOIL SCIENCE, 162 767768 (1997)



1997 
Parlange JY, Barry DA, Parlange MB, Hogarth WL, Haverkamp R, Ross PJ, et al., 'New approximate analytical technique to solve Richards equation for arbitrary surface boundary conditions', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 33 903906 (1997)



1996 
Sander GC, Hairsine PB, Rose CW, Cassidy D, Parlange JY, Hogarth WL, Lisle IG, 'Unsteady soil erosion model, analytical solutions and comparison with experimental results', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 178 351367 (1996)



1996 
Parlange JY, Haverkamp R, Barry DA, Hogarth WL, Steenhuis TS, Ross PJ, Smettem KRJ, 'In situ method for estimating subsurface unsaturated hydraulic conductivity  Comment', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 32 18951896 (1996)



1996 
Parlange JY, Haverkamp R, Barry DA, Hogarth WL, Steenhuis TS, Ross PJ, Smettem KRJ, 'Comment on "in situ method for estimating subsurface unsaturated hydraulic conductivity" by Uri Shani and Dani Or', Water Resources Research, 32 18951896 (1996)



1996 
Guenni L, Hutchinson MF, Hogarth W, Rose CW, Braddock R, 'A model for seasonal variation of rainfall at Adelaide and Turen', ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 85 203217 (1996)



1996 
Myerscough MR, Darwen MJ, Hogarth WL, 'Stability, persistence and structural stability in a classical predatorprey model', ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 89 3142 (1996)



1995 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Sprintall J, Haverkamp R, Parlange MB, 'Addendum to 'interaction of wetting fronts with an impervious surface'', Transport in Porous Media, 21 9599 (1995)



1994 
PARLANGE JY, FUENTES C, CONNELL LD, HORNUNG U, HAVERKAMP R, HOGARTH W, et al., 'WATERMOVEMENT IN A FINITE LAYER  INFLUENCE OF GRAVITY FOR CONSTANT WATERCONTENT AT THE SURFACE', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 156 335350 (1994)



1994 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, FUENTES C, SPRINTALL J, HAVERKAMP R, ELRICK D, et al., 'SUPERPOSITION PRINCIPLE FOR SHORTTERM SOLUTIONS OF RICHARDS EQUATION  APPLICATION TO THE INTERACTION OF WETTING FRONTS WITH AN IMPERVIOUS SURFACE', TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA, 17 239247 (1994)



1994 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, FUENTES C, SPRINTALL J, HAVERKAMP R, ELRICK D, et al., 'INTERACTION OF WETTING FRONTS WITH AN IMPERVIOUS SURFACE  LONGER TIME BEHAVIOR', TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA, 17 249256 (1994)



1994 
PRENDERGAST JB, ROSE CW, HOGARTH WL, 'A MODEL FOR CONJUNCTIVE USE OF GROUNDWATER AND SURFACE WATERS FOR CONTROL OF IRRIGATION SALINITY', IRRIGATION SCIENCE, 14 167175 (1994)



1994 
PRENDERGAST JB, ROSE CW, HOGARTH WL, 'SUSTAINABILITY OF CONJUNCTIVE WATERUSE FOR SALINITY CONTROL IN IRRIGATION AREAS  THEORY AND APPLICATION TO THE SHEPPARTON REGION, AUSTRALIA', IRRIGATION SCIENCE, 14 177187 (1994)



1992 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Norbury J, 'Addendum to Â¿first integrals of the infiltration equationÂ¿', Soil Science, 154 341343 (1992)
A simple and accurate procedure is given for solving the infiltration equation for nonlinear diffusivity and conductivity. It overcomes some of the numerical difficulties associat... [more]
A simple and accurate procedure is given for solving the infiltration equation for nonlinear diffusivity and conductivity. It overcomes some of the numerical difficulties associated with an earlier procedure given by Hogarth et al. (1989), but confirms the accuracy of their results. Â© 1992 Williams and Wilkins.



1992 
HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE JY, NORBURY J, '1ST INTEGRALS OF THE INFILTRATION EQUATION  ADDENDUM', SOIL SCIENCE, 154 341343 (1992)



1992 
HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE JY, STARR JL, 'SIMULTANEOUS NONLINEAR IRREVERSIBLE REACTION AND MOVEMENT OF SOLUTES IN SOILS', SOIL SCIENCE, 154 473481 (1992)



1992 
MYERSCOUGH MR, GRAY BF, HOGARTH WL, NORBURY J, 'AN ANALYSIS OF AN ORDINARY DIFFERENTIALEQUATION MODEL FOR A 2SPECIES PREDATORPREY SYSTEM WITH HARVESTING AND STOCKING', JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY, 30 389411 (1992)



1992 
HOGARTH WL, NORBURY J, CUNNING I, SOMMERS K, 'STABILITY OF A PREDATOR PREY MODEL WITH HARVESTING', ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 62 83106 (1992)



1991 
SANDER GC, CUNNING IF, HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE JY, 'EXACT SOLUTION FOR NONLINEAR, NONHYSTERETIC REDISTRIBUTION IN VERTICAL SOIL OF FINITE DEPTH', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 27 15291536 (1991)



1991 
HOGARTH WL, SARDANA V, WATSON KK, SANDER GC, PARLANGE JY, HAVERKAMP R, 'TESTING OF APPROXIMATE EXPRESSIONS FOR SOILWATER STATUS AT THE SURFACE DURING INFILTRATION', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 27 19571961 (1991)



1991 
SWARTZENDRUBER D, HOGARTH WL, 'WATER INFILTRATION INTO SOIL IN RESPONSE TO PONDEDWATER HEAD', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 55 15111515 (1991)



1990 
Guenni L, Rose CW, Hogarth W, Braddock RD, CharlesEdwards D, 'Seasonal changes in interrelationships between climatic variables', Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 53 4558 (1990)
The correlation patterns between air temperature and insolation were investigated for four sites ranging from northern to southern Australia and one site in Venezuela. This invest... [more]
The correlation patterns between air temperature and insolation were investigated for four sites ranging from northern to southern Australia and one site in Venezuela. This investigation was considered as a prior important step for the stochastic generation of these climatic variables as input data for crop models. The use of sunshine hours when insolation data were not available to estimate these correlation patterns was investigated. Data from one location, having simultaneously measured records of both solar radiation and sunshine hours, were used in this study. The correlation coefficients between fractional cloudiness estimated from solar radiation or sunshine hours and the maximum temperature on a given day (TX) and between fractional cloudiness and the difference between the maximum temperature on the same day and the minimum temperature on the next day (TD), were calculated for each 14day period in the year and for each location. Most of these correlation coefficients displayed seasonal variations specific to each location. A methodology is described whereby these correlations can be preserved whilst synthetically generating weather data for input to models of plant growth. It has been suggested that the preservation of these intercorrelations is important for realism in predictions of crop production. Â© 1990.



1990 
SANDER GC, PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, ROSE CW, HAVERKAMP R, 'KINEMATIC FLOW APPROXIMATION TO RUNOFF ON A PLANE  SOLUTION FOR INFILTRATIONRATE EXCEEDING RAINFALL RATE', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 113 193206 (1990)



1990 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH W, SANDER G, ROSE C, HAVERKAMP R, SURIN A, BRUTSAERT W, 'ASYMPTOTICEXPANSION FOR STEADYSTATE OVERLANDFLOW', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 26 579583 (1990)



1990 
HOGARTH WL, NOYE BJ, STAGNITTI J, PARLANGE JY, BOLT G, 'A COMPARATIVESTUDY OF FINITEDIFFERENCE METHODS FOR SOLVING THE ONEDIMENSIONAL TRANSPORTEQUATION WITH AN INITIAL BOUNDARYVALUE DISCONTINUITY', COMPUTERS & MATHEMATICS WITH APPLICATIONS, 20 6782 (1990)



1989 
HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE JY, BRADDOCK RD, '1ST INTEGRALS OF THE INFILTRATION EQUATION .2. NONLINEAR CONDUCTIVITY', SOIL SCIENCE, 148 165171 (1989)



1989 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Braddock RD, 'First integrals of the infiltration equation: 2. Nonlinear conductivity', Soil Science, 148 165171 (1989)
The infiltration equation with a timedependent surface flux is solved numerically for nonlinear conductivities, using firstintegral and shooting techniques. The diffusivity and ... [more]
The infiltration equation with a timedependent surface flux is solved numerically for nonlinear conductivities, using firstintegral and shooting techniques. The diffusivity and conductivity are both taken as power laws. The relative accuracy of the numerical technique is obtained by comparison with the case of linear conductivity, where an exact analytical solution exists. An approximate analytical result is given and compared with the solution for nonlinear conductivities from the shooting technique. It is found that the approximate analytical result is an excellent approximation to the exact numerical solution. It is also suggested that the solution obtained here can be used to validate the numerical solution of RichardÂ¿s equation for arbitrary soil properties and arbitrary boundary conditions. Â© 1989 The Williams & Wilkins.



1989 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, SANDER GC, SURIN A, HAVERKAMP R, 'ON THE DIFFUSION WAVE MODEL FOR OVERLANDFLOW STEADYSTATE ANALYSIS .2.', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 25 19231924 (1989)



1989 
LOCKINGTON D, HARA M, HOGARTH W, PARLANGE JY, 'FLOW THROUGH POROUSMEDIA FROM A PRESSURIZED SPHERICAL CAVITY', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 25 303309 (1989)



1989 
HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE JY, HAVERKAMP R, DAVIDOFF B, SELIM HM, 'APPLICATION OF AN INFILTRATIONMODEL TO EXPERIMENTALDATA', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 53 19131914 (1989)



1988 
Sander GC, Parlance J, Hogarth WL, 'Extension of the Fujita Solution to air and water movement in soils', Water Resources Research, 24 11871191 (1988)
For specific soil properties the fundamental solution of Fujita (1952b) is extended to include the effect of air movement on horizontal absorption. This exact solution is then use... [more]
For specific soil properties the fundamental solution of Fujita (1952b) is extended to include the effect of air movement on horizontal absorption. This exact solution is then used to determine the accuracy and range of applicability of two approximations to the sorptivity with air effects previously presented by Parlange et al. (1982) and Sander and Parlange (1984). The optimal sorptivity of Parlange et al. has very good accuracy while the surface water content Â¿ s is near saturation but decreases in accuracy as Â¿ s decreases. The approximate sorptivity of Sander and Parlange, however, proves to be extremely accurate for all Â¿ s with a maximum error of only 0.5%. Sander and Parlange additionally give an approximation to the water profile which is also shown by comparison with the exact solution to have a maximum error of only 0.5%. The aim of this paper is primarily of a theoretical nature in that we use the exact solution to check the accuracy of the approximate solutions as stated above. Alternatively, the solution may be used for checking the accuracy of numerical models. Copyright 1988 by the American Geophysical Union.



1988 
SANDER GC, PARLANGE JY, KUHNEL V, HOGARTH WL, LOCKINGTON D, OKANE JPJ, 'EXACT NONLINEAR SOLUTION FOR CONSTANT FLUX INFILTRATION', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 97 341346 (1988)



1988 
HOGARTH WL, HOPMANS J, PARLANGE JY, HAVERKAMP R, 'APPLICATION OF A SIMPLE SOILWATER HYSTERESIS MODEL', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 98 2129 (1988)



1988 
SANDER GC, PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, 'AIR AND WATERFLOW .1. HORIZONTAL FLOW WITH AN ARBITRARY FLUX BOUNDARYCONDITION', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 99 215223 (1988)



1988 
SANDER GC, PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, 'AIR AND WATERFLOW .2. GRAVITATIONAL FLOW WITH AN ARBITRARY FLUX BOUNDARYCONDITION', JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 99 225234 (1988)



1988 
PARLANGE JY, HAVERKAMP R, STARR JL, HOGARTH WL, 'EXTENSION AND PRACTICAL LIMITATIONS OF THE ONEDIMENSIONAL INTERCEPT', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 24 779780 (1988)



1988 
SANDER GC, PARLANGE JY, KUHNEL V, HOGARTH WL, OKANE JPJ, 'CONSTANT RATE RAINFALL INFILTRATION  A VERSATILE NONLINEAR MODEL .1. ANALYTIC SOLUTION  COMMENT', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 24 21072108 (1988)



1988 
DAYANANDA PWA, HOGARTH WL, 'ESTIMATING THE RATE OF TRANSFER TO A VOLUNTARY IMPROVEMENT OR REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOLLOWING CAPTURE', BIOMETRICAL JOURNAL, 30 503512 (1988) 


1987 
HORNUNG U, PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, CONNELL LD, PETERS R, 'WATERMOVEMENT IN A FINITE LAYER  ABSORPTION FOR CONSTANT WATERCONTENT AT THE SURFACES', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 51 557562 (1987)



1987 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, HAVERKAMP R, 'GOODNESS OF FIT FOR 8 WATER INFILTRATION MODELS  COMMENT', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 51 10881088 (1987)



1986 
HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE JY, BRADDOCK RD, 'COMPARISON OF STEADY INFILTRATION SOLUTIONS FOR SPHERICAL CAVITIES UNDER SIMPLE VERSUS VARIABLE HYDRAULICPROPERTIES', SOIL SCIENCE, 142 16 (1986)



1986 
Hogarth WL, Parlange JY, Braddock RD, 'NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF STEADY INFILTRATION FROM SPHERICAL CAVITIES IN A SOIL. 623634 (1986)
A finitedifference scheme with iterative matrix solution is used to analyze the steady infiltration of water from a spherical cavity. Both conductivity and soilwater diffusivity... [more]
A finitedifference scheme with iterative matrix solution is used to analyze the steady infiltration of water from a spherical cavity. Both conductivity and soilwater diffusivity are taken into account and the method is illustrated for Grenoble sand. Convergence to the numerical solution is slow. A comparison is made with previous analytical solutions.



1985 
LISLE IG, PARLANGE JY, RAND RH, PARLANGE MB, HOGARTH WL, BRADDOCK RD, GOTTLIEB HP, 'NUMERICAL CORRECTIONS OF WU COEFFICIENTS FOR SCATTERING OF HIGHFREQUENCY WAVES FROM SPHERES AND CYLINDERS', PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 55 555557 (1985)



1985 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, 'STEADYSTATE INFILTRATION  CONSEQUENCES OF ALPHADEPENDENT ON MOISTURECONTENT', WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 21 12831284 (1985)



1985 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, BOULIER JF, TOUMA J, HAVERKAMP R, VACHAUD G, 'FLUX AND WATERCONTENT RELATION AT THE SOIL SURFACE', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 49 285288 (1985)



1985 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, 'STEADY INFILTRATION FROM SPHERICAL CAVITIES  COMMENTS', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 49 788788 (1985)



1984 
PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE MB, 'OPTIMAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF A SURFACE CRUST', SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL, 48 494497 (1984)



1984 
HOGARTH WL, DIAMOND P, 'INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION IN LARVAE BETWEEN ENTOMOPHAGOUS PARASITOIDS', AMERICAN NATURALIST, 124 552560 (1984)



1984 
FLEMING JF, PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, 'SCALING OF FLUX AND WATERCONTENT RELATIONS  COMPARISON OF OPTIMAL AND EXACT RESULTS', SOIL SCIENCE, 137 464468 (1984)



1984 
SANDER GC, PARLANGE JY, HOGARTH WL, BRADDOCK RD, 'SIMILARITY AND 1STINTEGRAL SOLUTIONS FOR AIR AND WATER DIFFUSION IN SOILS AND COMPARISON WITH OPTIMAL RESULTS', SOIL SCIENCE, 138 321325 (1984)



1983 
HOGARTH WL, PARLANGE JY, 'A SIMPLE METHOD FOR THE RAPIDDETERMINATION OF EXPONENTIAL SOILWATER DIFFUSIVITY IN THE LABORATORY', ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES, 6 141145 (1983)



1982 
ROSE CW, HOGARTH WL, DAYANANDA PWA, 'MOVEMENT OF PEAK SOLUTE CONCENTRATION POSITION BY LEACHING IN A NONSORBING SOIL', AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL RESEARCH, 20 2336 (1982)



1978 
DAYANANDA PWA, HOGARTH WL, 'OPTIMAL HEALTHPROGRAMS OF IMMUNIZATION AND ISOLATION FOR SOME APPROXIMATIONS TO CHAINBINOMIAL EPIDEMIC MODELS', MATHEMATICAL BIOSCIENCES, 41 241251 (1978)



1977 
DAYANANDA PWA, HOGARTH WL, 'CONTROL FOR SOME APPROXIMATIONS TO CHAINBINOMIAL EPIDEMIC MODELS', MATHEMATICAL BIOSCIENCES, 35 151163 (1977)



1977 
HOGARTH WL, MCELWAIN DLS, 'DISSOCIATION AND RECOMBINATION OF A DIATOMIC MOLECULE INVOLVING 2 STATES WHICH ONLY INTERACT VIA ATOMIC SPECIES .1. METHOD OF SOLUTION', CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 19 429441 (1977)



1977 
HOGARTH WL, 'DISSOCIATION AND RECOMBINATION OF A DIATOMIC MOLECULE INVOLVING 2 STATES WHICH ONLY INTERACT VIA ATOMIC SPECIES .2. MODEL', CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 19 443454 (1977)



1975 
HOGARTH WL, MCELWAIN DLS, 'BOUNDARYLAYER TECHNIQUE APPLIED TO MASTER EQUATION WHICH DESCRIBES DISSOCIATION AND RECOMBINATION OF DIATOMICMOLECULES IN INERT DILUENTS', JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 63 25022506 (1975)


