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The aim of this study is to evaluate from a hydrological perspective and in the context of climate change the future of subsurface drainage of the La Jaillière site (western France), which is representative of the pedology of the majority of French subsurface drainage. We used a uniquely large and comprehensive range of 17 hydrological indicators (...
The environmental impact of subsurface drainage and agricultural activities has been widely studied in the literature. Agricultural subsurface drainage modifies the hydrological behavior and accelerates the transfer of pollutants of agricultural origin into surface water during the drain flow period, which is often limited to winter. The main objec...
Drainage systems are currently implemented on agricultural plots subjected to temporary or permanent wa-terlogging issues. Drained plots account for 9 % of all arable soils in France. As such, the need for accurate hydrological modeling is crucial, especially in an unstable future context affected by climate change. The aim of this paper is to asse...