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by Deborah Fairchild
This outstanding reference book deals with effects of various agricultural practices on ground water quality and usage; and ground water management strategies for protection of ground water affected by agriculture.
CRC Press Published March 1, 1987 Reference - 432 Pages ISBN 9780873710367 - CAT L036. This outstanding reference book deals with effects of various agricultural practices on ground water quality and usage; and ground water management strategies for protection of ground water affected by agriculture.
This outstanding reference book deals with effects of various agricultural practices on ground water quality and usage; and ground water management strategies for protection of ground water affected by agriculture. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 432 pages.
The influence of the agriculture is focused on the groundwater quality resulting in high nitrate concentrations that reach . Contamination is discussed from the view points of the quality of drinking water for humans as well as eutrophication of surface water resources.
The influence of the agriculture is focused on the groundwater quality resulting in high nitrate concentrations that reach unacceptable values. Excessive nitrates pose health risks as nitrate is the most ubiquitous agricultural pollutant in shallow groundwaters around the world. From the eutrophication view point, phosphorus is the prime element, but nitrogen can also promote algal and aquatic growth under certain circumstances.
e. : Ground water quality and agricultural practices. In: Agricultural Impacts on Ground Water, 253–273. Worthington, Ohio 1986. Impacts of agricultural chemicals on ground water quality in Iowa. e., Ground Water Quality and Agricultural Practices, 185–217.
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Quantitative studies of biodegradation of petroleum and some model hydrocarbons in ground water and sediment environments: Chapter 20. Year Published. Ground-water quality and agricultural practices.
Ground water contamination from agricultural sources: Implications for . In Fairchild, D. M. (e. Groundwater quality and agricultural chemicals: a perspective from Iowa. North Central Weed Control Conf.
Ground water contamination from agricultural sources: Implications for voluntary policy adherence from Iowa and Virginia farmers' attitudes. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, Vol. 5, Issue. Groundwater Quality and Agricultural Practices, pp. 227–246. In. Chelsea, Michigan.
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Groundwater Monitoring (Water Quality Measurements). Dr. Anne Marie Fouillac, Mr. Johannes Grath, Dr. Rob Ward. 6 Mb. Statistical Framework for Recreational Water Quality Criteria and Monitoring (Statistics in Practice). Категория: Бизнес, Менеджмент, Управление проектами. 4 Mb. Drinking Water Quality: Problems and Solutions.
Interaction between soil-water transfer and groundwater spatiotemporal dynamic shows a specific behaviour on hydrological functioning in the hillslope zone. In the beginning of hydrological year (autumn and winter), shallow groundwater dynamic is controlled by stream-flow showing stream and groundwater connexion. The second part of hydrological year (spring and summer) is characterized by hedgerow control due to root uptake activation and a high transpiration amount which is closely depending on climatic context. Transpiration estimated using sap flow method indicates a highly variable amount.
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