Marc Voltz focuses on Hydrology, Surface runoff, Soil water, Soil science and Vineyard. His study on Hydrograph is often connected to Martinique as part of broader study in Hydrology. His studies in Surface runoff integrate themes in fields like Watershed, Flood myth and Tillage.
His research integrates issues of Mean squared error and Infiltration in his study of Flood myth. His work investigates the relationship between Soil water and topics such as Water content that intersect with problems in Stratified sampling, Simple random sample, Soil horizon and Soil map. His work carried out in the field of Soil science brings together such families of science as Perspective, State and Civil engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Soil water, Surface runoff, Soil science and Infiltration. All of his Hydrology and Ditch, Drainage basin, Surface water, Aquifer and Groundwater recharge investigations are sub-components of the entire Hydrology study. Marc Voltz has included themes like Environmental chemistry and Water content in his Soil water study.
In general Surface runoff study, his work on Hydrograph often relates to the realm of Vineyard, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His research in Infiltration intersects with topics in Runoff model, Catchment hydrology and Hydraulic head. His Soil classification research integrates issues from Soil map and Interpolation.
Soil water, Mediterranean climate, Hydrology, Ditch and Agriculture are his primary areas of study. Soil water is a subfield of Soil science that Marc Voltz investigates. The Mediterranean climate study combines topics in areas such as Agroforestry, Ecosystem and Global change.
His study in Eddy covariance extends to Hydrology with its themes. His work deals with themes such as Groundwater recharge and Ecosystem services, which intersect with Ditch. His work on Land management as part of general Agriculture study is frequently linked to Vineyard, Scale and Viticulture, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His primary areas of investigation include Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Sorption, Total organic carbon and Agriculture. Marc Voltz studies Andosol, a branch of Soil water. Marc Voltz works mostly in the field of Andosol, limiting it down to topics relating to Topsoil and, in certain cases, Hydrology, as a part of the same area of interest.
His Hydrology study frequently links to related topics such as Soil classification. Marc Voltz interconnects Nutrient, Bioremediation and Soil horizon in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry. The various areas that Marc Voltz examines in his Agriculture study include Soil map and Digital soil mapping.
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A comparison of kriging, cubic splines and classification for predicting soil properties from sample information
M. Voltz;R. Webster.
European Journal of Soil Science (1990)
Linear coregionalization model: Tools for estimation and choice of cross-variogram matrix
M. Goulard;M. Voltz.
Mathematical Geosciences (1992)
Effects of the spatial organization of agricultural management on the hydrological behaviour of a farmed catchment during flood events
Roger Moussa;Marc Voltz;Patrick Andrieux.
Hydrological Processes (2002)
Digital soil mapping : an introductory perspective
P Lagacherie;A. B. McBratney;M Voltz.
Herbicide Transport to Surface Waters at Field and Watershed Scales in a Mediterranean Vineyard Area
Xavier Louchart;Marc Voltz;Patrick Andrieux;Roger Moussa.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2001)
Comparison of infiltration models to simulate flood events at the field scale
Nanée Chahinian;Roger Moussa;Patrick Andrieux;Marc Voltz.
Journal of Hydrology (2005)
Using grassed strips to limit pesticide transfer to surface water: a review
Jean-Guillaume Lacas;Marc Voltz;Véronique Gouy;Nadia Carluer.
Agronomy for Sustainable Development (2005)
Pesticides, agriculture et environnement. Réduire l'utilisation des pesticides et en limiter les impacts environnementaux. Expertise scientifique collective Inra-Cemagref (décembre 2005)
Jean-Noel Aubertot;Jean Marc Barbier;Alain Carpentier;Jean-Noël Gril.
Comparison of methods for estimating actual evapotranspiration in a row-cropped vineyard
W. Trambouze;P. Bertuzzi;M. Voltz.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (1998)
Diuron and Simazine Losses to Runoff Water in Mediterranean Vineyards
Bernd Lennartz;Xavier Louchart;Marc Voltz;Patrick Andrieux.
Journal of Environmental Quality (1997)
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