Evaluation of Water Quality from a Drainage-Subirrigation System in Georgia
Nitrate-N, Ammonium-N and Phosphate-P concentrations were measured from shallow subsurface wells and outlets of a drainage-subirrigation system in the Georgia flatwoods for comparison...

Effect of Irrigated Agriculture on Ground-Water Quality in the Appalachian and Northeastern States
Irrigation acreage has more than doubled in Virginia, North Carolina, Delaware and Maryland in the last 10 years. Ground-water studies have been conducted in Delaware, Maryland and New...

Implications of Nitrogen Transport by the Okanagan River
The long-term mean of total nitrogen load estimated in the river channel above the inlet to Skaha Lake is 906 lb day** minus **1. The apportionment of ammonia and nitrate plus nitrite...

Nitrate Analysis Utilizing Groundwater Modeling
Groundwater is the sole source of potable water for the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts. It is, therefore, of paramount importance to maintain the overall quality within acceptable drinking...

Potential for Nitrate Removal from Groundwater Supplies Using Biological Deintrification
Nitrate concentrations in groundwater supplies have been increasing over the years throughout many areas in the U. S. to the point of posing potential health dangers to a multitude of...

Increasing Irrigation Efficiencies and Their Effect on Nitrates in the Environment

Oxidative and Non Oxidative Ammonia Modeling

Thames Basin Nitrate and Agricultural Relations

Seasonal Water Chemistry in the Tidal Potomac River

Irrigation Management Decisions for Minimizing Nitrate Leaching

 

 

 

 

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