2009 - Don and Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award, American Society of Agronomy
2001 - Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)
2001 - Fellow of the American Society of Agronomy (ASA)
His primary scientific interests are in Soil water, Water content, Mineralogy, Soil science and Heat capacity. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Soil water and Water flow. His study looks at the intersection of Water content and topics like Water retention with Bulk density, Mathematical analysis, Suction and Standard deviation.
His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Heat flux, Applied physics, Latent heat and Thermal energy storage. His Soil science research integrates issues from Infiltration, Longwave, Energy balance and Content. His Heat capacity study incorporates themes from Volumetric heat capacity, Thermal conductivity and Thermal diffusivity.
Keith L. Bristow mainly focuses on Soil water, Irrigation, Soil science, Hydrology and Water resource management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agronomy, Drip irrigation and Water content in addition to Soil water. Keith L. Bristow combines subjects such as Water retention and Thermal diffusivity with his study of Water content.
His work in Thermal diffusivity covers topics such as Soil thermal properties which are related to areas like Mineralogy and Thermal conductivity. Keith L. Bristow has researched Irrigation in several fields, including Loam, Fertilizer, Environmental engineering and Environmental planning. His Soil science study combines topics in areas such as Infiltration, Geotechnical engineering and Wetting.
Keith L. Bristow mainly investigates Soil water, Biodegradable polymer, Chemical engineering, Polymer and Irrigation. His Soil water study deals with the bigger picture of Soil science. His Biodegradable polymer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental engineering, Nanotechnology, Membrane technology, Shear thinning and Polyacrylamide.
His Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Moisture and Drip irrigation. His research integrates issues of Ultimate tensile strength, Viscosity and Miscibility in his study of Chemical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Infiltration and Fertilizer.
His primary areas of study are Irrigation, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Crop production and Infiltration. The Irrigation study combines topics in areas such as Loam and Soil horizon. His Polymer research includes themes of Ethylene glycol, Evaporation and Contact angle.
Keith L. Bristow interconnects Biodegradable polymer, Soil temperature, Plastic mulch and Bioplastic in the investigation of issues within Crop production. His studies in Infiltration integrate themes in fields like Hydraulic conductivity, Soil science, Soil water, Water balance and Surface runoff. His study in Water content extends to Soil water with its themes.
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On the relationship between incoming solar radiation and daily maximum and minimum temperature
Keith L. Bristow;Gaylon S. Campbell.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (1984)
Comparison of different approaches to the development of pedotransfer functions for water-retention curves
Budiman Minasny;Alex B. McBratney;Keith L. Bristow.
Analysis of soil wetting and solute transport in subsurface trickle irrigation
Claire M. Cote;Keith L. Bristow;Philip B. Charlesworth;Freeman J. Cook.
Irrigation Science (2003)
Measurement of Soil Thermal Properties with a Dual-Probe Heat-Pulse Technique
Keith L. Bristow;Gerard J. Kluitenberg;Robert Horton.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1994)
Error Analysis of the Heat Pulse Method for Measuring Soil Volumetric Heat Capacity
G. J. Kluitenberg;J. M. Ham;K. L. Bristow.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1993)
Measurement of thermal properties and water content of unsaturated sandy soil using dual-probe heat-pulse probes
Keith L. Bristow;Keith L. Bristow.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (1998)
Current Capabilities and Future Needs of Root Water and Nutrient Uptake Modeling
Jan W. Hopmans;Keith L. Bristow.
Advances in Agronomy (2002)
Simulation of heat and moisture transfer through a surface residue—soil system
K.L. Bristow;G.S. Campbell;R.I. Papendick;L.F. Elliott.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (1986)
Equation for extending water-retention curves to dryness
P. J. Ross;J. Williams;K. L. Bristow.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1991)
Soil temperature and water content beneath a surface fire
G.S. Campbell;J.D. Jungbauer;K.L. Bristow;R.D. Hungerford.
Soil Science (1995)
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