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This discusses the fact that one as to solve the right equations for a problem and show some interesting cases which consist in modifications of the Richards' equation. These equations, in turns, require special methods to be solved, and the right equations are useless without the appropriate numerics. The second part of the talk discusses the how equations are not the whole picture in a research or technical environment. Several other conditions need to be met.
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