Riparian Buffers and Controlled Drainage to Reduce Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution

Riparian Buffers and Controlled Drainage to Reduce Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution

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Osmond, D. L., Gilliam, J. W., Evans, R. O. 2002. Riparian Buffers and Controlled Drainage to Reduce Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution. Technical Bulletin 318. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

Agriculture, Best management practice, Drainage patterns, Management, Nonpoint sources, Riparian buffer, Stormwater, Water quality, Watershed, Wetlands, BMPs, Agricultural BMPs

This report describes the water quality concerns facing North Carolina (U.S.) and identifies their sources and delivery pathways. It then describes how riparian buffers, controlled drainage, and stream modifications can mitigate these pollutants. It also describes the recommended BMPs for each of the physiographic regions present in North Carolina.

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