Chapter 2. Water Intake and Retention in Soils.
Chapter 3. Compaction and Particle Movement.
Chapter 4. The Capillary and Lateral Movement of Water in Soils.
Chapter 5. The Capillary Fringe and How Water Gets into Drains.
Chapter 6. Perched Water Table––The Concept and Its Use.
Chapter 7. How to Calculate Drain Spacings for Various Soils.
Chapter 8. Designing Subsoil Drainage Systems.
Chapter 9. Installing Subsoil Drains.
Chapter 10. Surface Drainage.
Chapter 11. Slit Drainage.
Chapter 12. Methodology for Determining Soil Hydraulic Conductivity.
Appendix: USGA Recommendations for a Method of Putting Green Construction.
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