Advances in Agronomy, Volume 132 by Donald L. Sparks

By Donald L. Sparks

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108, 1e76. , 2012. Improving conservation practices programming to protect water quality in agricultural watersheds: lessons learned from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture-Conservation Effects Assessment Project. J. Soil Water Conserv. 67, 122Ae127A. , 2013. Ecological engineering practices for the reduction of excess nitrogen in human-influenced landscapes: a guide for watershed managers. Environ. Manage. 51, 392e413. , 1994. Factors affecting nitrogen loss in experimental wetlands with different hydrologic loads.

The potential wetland soil landscapes (PWSL) raster layer is an excellent example of the utility of this new dataset (Figure 6). The PWSL expands on hydric soil rankings by identifying soils that were historically hydric based on additional soil attributes. For example, if a pixel falls within a map unit in which the dominant component is not identified as being hydric, the pixel is classified as PWSL if the drainage class is “poorly drained” or “very poorly drained” or the map unit name contains the phrase “ditched” or “drained” (Soil Survey Staff, 2014a).

Nrcs. ). USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, 2014. National Conservation Practice Standards (Online). USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service. ). , 2007. Hydrology and groundwater nutrient concentrations in a ditch-drained agroecosystem. J. Soil Water Conserv. 62, 178e188. 38 Margaret A. Goldman and Brian A. , 1992. Recommendations for research to develop guidelines for the use of wetlands to control rural nonpoint source pollution. Ecol. Eng. 1, 115e134. , 2003. Nutrient transport in a restored riparian wetland.

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