February 11, 1908|
|Died||March 7, 1998
|Institutions||Utah State University, Iowa State University|
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
|Thesis||The variation of the initial susceptibility with temperature and the variation of the magnetostriction and reversible susceptibility with temperature and magnetization in nickel (1938)|
|Doctoral advisor||Shirley Leon Quimby|
|Notable awards||Wolf Prize in Agriculture (1983/4), Robert E. Horton Medal (1995)|
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Don Kirkham (February 11, 1908 – March 7, 1998) was a distinguished soil scientist regarded as the founder of mathematical soil physics.[by whom?] His special interest was the flow of water through soils and drainage of agricultural land. He was awarded the 1983/4 Wolf Prize in Agriculture and the Robert E. Horton Medal in 1995.
- "Don and Betty Kirkham biographies". The University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
-  Don and Betty Kirkham Awards and Conferences
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