Spatial Scale and Field Management Affect Patterns of Phosphorus Loss in Cranberry Floodwaters

Spatial Scale and Field Management Affect Patterns of Phosphorus Loss in Cranberry Floodwaters

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Kennedy, C. D., P. J. A. Kleinman, and C. J. DeMoranville. 2016. Spatial Scale and Field Management Affect Patterns of Phosphorus Loss in Cranberry Floodwaters. J. Environ. Qual. 45:285-293. doi:10.2134/jeq2014.11.0485

agriculture, flooding, lake, Management, nutrients, pollutant, stormflow, stream, Soil

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/abstracts/45/1/285

The addition of phosphorus-rich fertilizer and periodic flooding make commercial cranberry production areas a potential source of phosphorus to the lakes and streams of the northeastern United States. Harvest floods were associated with higher P loss than winter floods. However, recently renovated farms had lower P export values in floodwater, and soil porewater with high P concentrations was discharged later in the flood release.

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