Quantifying the effects of alternative surface inlet protection strategies on water quality

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2015-01-01
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Shipitalo, Martin
Tomer, Mark
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Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
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Subsurface drainage systems with surface inlets are widely used to divert water in crop producing areas, but pose problems because they can allow unfiltered, sediment-laden water to travel quickly to other waterways. The project tested several modest, uncomplicated inlet protection practices with potential to keep nutrient and sediment flows in check.

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