The fate of nutrients and pesticides in the urban environment

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Nett, Mary T., 1952-
Corporate Authors: American Chemical Society. Division of Agrochemicals.
Format: eBook
Published: Washington, DC : [New York] : American Chemical Society ; Distributed by Oxford University Press, 2008
Series:ACS symposium series ; 997.
Genre/form:elektronické knihy
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Table of Contents:
  • Management practices affecting nitrogen and soluble phosphorus losses from an upper Midwest lawn
  • Determining nitrogen loading rates based on land use in an urban watershed
  • Determining phosphorus loading rates based on land use in an urban watershed
  • Nitrogen fate in a mature Kentucky bluegrass turf
  • Discharge losses of nitrogen and phosphorus from a golf course watershed
  • The effects of soil phosphorus and nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on phosphorus runoff losses from turfgrass
  • Influence of landscape and percolation on P and K losses over four years
  • Management practices that reduce runoff transport of nutrients and pesticides from turfgrass
  • Sediment and nutrient losses from prairie and turfgrass buffer strips during establishment
  • Evaluation of resource-efficient landscape systems to reduce contaminants in urban runoff
  • Thatch pesticide sorption
  • Regional analysis of pesticide runoff from turf
  • Mobility and dissipation of clopyralid herbicide in turfgrass field lysimeters
  • Glyphosate runoff when applied to zoysiagrass under golf course fairway conditions.