Using AnnAGNPS to Predict the Effects of Tile Drainage Control on Nutrient and Sediment Loads for a River Basin

Using AnnAGNPS to Predict the Effects of Tile Drainage Control on Nutrient and Sediment Loads for a River Basin

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Que, Z., Seidou, O., Droste, R. L., Wilkes, G., Sunohara, M., Topp, E. 2015. Using AnnAGNPS to Predict the Effects of Tile Drainage Control on Nutrient and Sediment Loads for a River Basin: Journal of Environmental Quality. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, & Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. Volume 44, Pages 629-641

Agriculture, Drainage patterns, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Phosphorus, Rivers, Runoff, Runoff volume, Sediment, Tile drainage

This study used the Annualized Agricultural Nonpoint Source model (AnnAGNPS) to examine changes in runoff volume, sediment, nitrogen, and phosphorus loads as affected by controlled tile drainage (CTD) in an agricultural river basin in Ontario, Canada.

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