Assessment of Environmental Sustainability in Alberta's Agricultural Watersheds - Volume 4: Nitrogen Loss in Surface Runoff

 
 
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 The primary focus of the Soil Phosphorus Limits Project was to determine environmental soil phosphorus limits for agricultural lands in Alberta that would protect surface water quality; however, soil and water nitrogen data were also collected.

As part of the AESAAW initiative, the nitrogen data from 8 provincial microwatersheds were summarized in 2008 to determine the relationship between soil nitrogen and nitrogen in runoff from agricultural land.


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Other Documents in the Series

 
  Assessment of Environmental Sustainability in Alberta's Agricultural Watersheds - Volume 1: Summary and Recommendations
Assessment of Environmental Sustainability in Alberta's Agricultural Watersheds - Volume 2: AESA Soil Quality Monitoring Project
Assessment of Environmental Sustainability in Alberta's Agricultural Watersheds - Volume 3: AESA Water Quality Monitoring Project
Assessment of Environmental Sustainability in Alberta's Agricultural Watersheds - Volume 4: Nitrogen Loss in Surface Runoff - Current Document
Assessment of Environmental Sustainability in Alberta's Agricultural Watersheds - Volume 5: Predicting Phosphorus Losses from Agricultural Areas
 
 
 
 
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