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JEQ Research Highlights

6/15/2017

 

If long-term phosphorus (P) fertilization increases soil P to concentrations exceeding plant requirements, water quality problems can result from P loss in runoff. Stopping P...

6/7/2017

 

Stored livestock manure is a source of ammonia (NH3) and the greenhouse gasses methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O). One way to reduce these...

5/12/2017

 

Understanding the fate of nitrogen applied to soil is vitally important if we are to improve its agronomic use efficiency and reduce its negative effects on the environment. ...

5/8/2017

 

Sediment is the number one pollutant in U.S. waterways. Over grazing can increase soil erosion from pastures as well as sediment loading into aquatic systems. Grazing management and...

4/28/2017

 

Road salt application for deicing has increased in the United States since the 1940s and many studies have shown its environmental impact in surface water and shallow groundwater....

4/10/2017

 

Passive biological treatment systems, which include treatment wetlands, are an increasingly utilized, low-maintenance option to treat mine waters and reduce their widespread impacts...

4/3/2017

 

Proper manure management practice is required to enhance production while minimize manure derived nutrient losses to the environment. Producers in the region with intense broiler...

3/3/2017

 

Most of microbial quality regulations and assessments for fresh waters use the Escherichia coli as an indicator of fecal contamination that may bring to water microbes...

2/22/2017

 

Characterization of the vulnerability of water bodies to pollution from natural and anthropogenic sources requires understanding the relationship between land use and water quality...

2/6/2017

 

While many soils in the upper Midwest of the U.S. are extensively tile drained, substantial cropland remains poorly drained, negatively affecting nitrogen (N) fertilizer use...

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