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Dr Cho Miltin Mboh

Postdoctoral Researcher

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Research profile

My field of research is vadose zone hydrology with a focus on modeling of root water and nutrient uptake. I am particularly interested in modelling phosphorus and nitrogen acquisition from the subsurface in the presence of biopores at the field scale. Another aspect of interest to me is the quantitative assessment of crop response to the aforementioned processes under soil different management and climate change constraints.

Cho Miltin Mboh

Current projects

Crop Sequence and nutrient acquisition from the subsoi.


Select publications

Mboh, C. M., J.A. Huisman, N. Van Gaelen, J. Rings and H. Vereecken. 2012. Coupled hydrogeophysical inversion of electrical resistances and inflow measurements for topsoil hydraulic properties under constant head infiltration. Near Surface Geophysics 10(5):413-426.

Mboh, C.M., J.A. Huisman, E. Zimmermann, and H. Vereecken. 2012. Coupled Hydrogeophysical Inversion of Streaming Potential Signals for Unsaturated Soil Hydraulic Properties. Vadose Zone Journal 11(2). Doi. 10.2136/vzj2011.0115

Mboh, C.M., J.A. Huisman and H. Vereecken. 2011. Feasibility of sequential and coupled inversion of time domain reflectometry data to infer soil hydraulic parameters under falling head infiltration. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:775-786.

Kasteel, R., C.M. Mboh, M. Unold, J. Groeneweg, J. Vanderborght, and H. Vereecken. 2010. Transformation and sorption of the veterinary antibiotic sulfadiazine in two soils: A short-term batch study. Environmental Science and Technology 44(12): 4651-4657.

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