Phosphorus Fate, Management and Modeling in Artificially Drained Systems

Phosphorus Fate, Management and Modeling in Artificially Drained Systems

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Kleinman, P., Smith, D., Bolster, C., Easton, Z. 2015. Phosphorus Fate, Management and Modeling in Artificially Drained Systems.Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 44, Number 2. Pages 460-466

agriculture, BMP, case studies, Drainage, Phosphorus

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/articles/44/2/460

This paper reviews various articles related to phosphorus (P) loss in drainage water. The authors attempt to: a) emphasize the potential of artificial drainage to minimize watershed P loads and to b) highlight the importance of investing in P-retention systems and in models of P loss to drainage systems.

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