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The fate of carbon and nitrogen from an organic effluent irrigated onto soil : process studies, model development and testing
(Lincoln University, 2001)
The fate of the carbon and nitrogen in dairy farm effluent (DFE) applied onto soil was investigated through laboratory experiments and field lysimeter studies. They resulted in the development and testing of a complex ...
Groundwater recharge interface and nitrate discharge: Central Canterbury, New Zealand
(Lincoln Ventures Ltd. Lincoln Environmental Research., 2005)
Regional surveys of groundwater quality in Central Canterbury, from 1977 to the present, show widespread occurrence of nitrate contamination primarily from agricultural land use. Two reported analyses of these surveys, ...
How much streamflow is groundwater discharge? - a method for assessment
(Lincoln Ventures Ltd. Lincoln Environmental Research., 2004)
The question of how much streamflow originates from groundwater is relevant to the issue of effects of land use on stream water quality. Whereas phosphorus from agricultural land is transported primarily by overland flow, ...
Pathways from land to stream: lessons from Pukemanga
(Lincoln Ventures Ltd., 2007)
In the Pukemanga catchment, nitrate is leaching from soil under agricultural land use, and is being transported by subsurface water flow to surface waters. Groundwater is the suspected dominant transport pathway. This study ...