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Nitrogen and pesticide concentrations in an agricultural basin in north-central Connecticut

John R. Mullaney

Nitrogen and pesticide concentrations in an agricultural basin in north-central Connecticut

by John R. Mullaney

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Marlborough, Mass, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonpoint source pollution -- Connecticut -- Somers Region,
  • Nutrient pollution of water -- Connecticut -- Somers Region,
  • Pesticides -- Environmental aspects -- Connecticut -- Somers Region

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John R. Mullaney and Marc J. Zimmerman
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 97-4076
    ContributionsZimmerman, Marc James, 1947-, Geological Survey (U.S.), National Water Quality Assessment Program (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 13 p. :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13620851M
    OCLC/WorldCa37325047

    Public recognition of the importance of wetlands resulted in the s in a national-level regulatory system for their protection (NRC, ). Not until the s, however, have riparian areas begun to receive legal recognition as places requiring special attention. Nitrogen transport within an agricultural landscape: insights on how hydrology, biogeochemistry, and the landscape intersect to control the fate and transport of nitrogen in the Mississippi Delta, , Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (69) - 1.

    Full text of "ERIC ED National Water Quality Inventory, Report to Congress." See other formats. Dickinson, J. Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education SARE research projects North Central Region. [ 32 p. SARE Project Number: LNC Reporting period for this report is September to May This is a final report.

    Nitrogen is required by the plant in greater quantities than any other element except carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Nitrogen plays a role in numerous plant functions and is an essential component of amino acids, proteins, and nucleic acids. The goal of all applied nutrients is to maximize plant uptake while minimizing nutrient losses. Mycorrhizae: Impacts on Production January - January Quick Bibliography Series no. QB Citations from the AGRICOLA Database March Compiled By: Karl Schneider Reference Section, Reference and User Services Branch National Agricultural Library, Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture.


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Nitrogen and pesticide concentrations in an agricultural basin in north-central Connecticut by John R. Mullaney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nitrogen and Pesticide Concentrations in an Agricultural Basin in North-Central Connecticut By John R. Mullaney and Marc J. Zimmerman Abstract Concentrations and yields of selected nitrogen compounds and herbicides fluctuated with changes in river discharge during a stormflow event in samples from three subbasins of the Scantic River in north Cited by: 2.

Get this from a library. Nitrogen and pesticide concentrations in an agricultural basin in north-central Connecticut. [John R Mullaney; Marc James Zimmerman; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.)]. Concentrations of nitrate nitrogen assigned to land-use and land-cover categories, and estimated load to the water table, Broad Brook Basin, north-central Connecticut.

Simulated future base-flow load of nitrate nitrogen from Broad Brook Basin, north-central Connecticut, under five scenarios for reductions in concentration of nitrate in.

Nitrogen and pesticide concentrations in an agricultural basin in north-central Connecticut. U.S. Geological Survey ; Branch of Information Services [distributor], Water-Resources Investigations Reportvi, 13 p.:ill., maps ;28 cm.

[Link]. Pesticide use on major crops in the north central region, (Research bulletin / Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center) [Waldron, Acie C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Pesticide use on major crops in the north central region, (Research bulletin / Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center)Author: Acie C Waldron. Holdings Library Blmgtn - Auxiliary Library Facility Call Number TDN87 N87 Location Auxiliary Library Facility - Stacks ×.

Sixty percent agricultural use is correlated with medium high and medium nitrogen concentrations in the Southeast. A high percentage of forest and low or medium low nitrogen concentrations are found in the Great Lakes/Northeast region and the Pacific Northwest.

Undesignated areas on the map are identified in Table 34 — Distibution of Nitrate-N Concentrations in Well Water Samples 37 - The Nitrogen Cycle 41 - Commercial Nitrogen Fertilizer Sales 46 - Sales of N by Region 46 - Nitrogen Application Rates, Selected Crops 47 - Estimated Consumption of Nitrogen, Selected Crops.

Ruhl, J.F.,Nitrate-N concentration distribution and the presence of selected pesticides in the surficial sand aquifer of the Straight River Basin, north-central Minnesota, [abs.]: Midwest Ground-Water Conference, 39th, Bismarck, North Dakota, October[Proceedings], p.

Year Published: Transport of nitrogen and phosphorus in the Cedar River Basin, Iowa and Minnesota, – Nitrate concentrations in the Cedar River in Iowa and Minnesota have increased from an average of less than milligram per liter in the early s to more than milligrams per liter in the s and have resulted in periodic water-quality impairment of the.

Nitrogen, particularly in the form of nitrate, is the most common contaminant in aquifer systems (Freeze and Cherry, ). Hallberg () points to agriculture as the most substantial. Agronomy Journal Abstract - Nitrogen Management Chlorophyll Meter Readings Can Predict Nitrogen Need and Yield Response of Corn in the North-Central USA View My Binders.

This article in AJ. Vol. 98 No. 3, p. Received: Mar 8, The relationship between antecedent flow conditions and nitrate concentrations was explored at eight sites in the million square kilometers (km2) Mississippi River basin, USA.

USDA Pesticide Recordkeeping Requirements for Certified Private Applicators of Federal Restricted Use Pesticides. USDA Agricultural Marketing Service, Pesticide Records Branch Centerville Road, SuiteManassas, VA. Sustainable Vegetable Production from. Pesticide concentrations in frog tissue and wetland habitats in a landscape dominated by agriculture, Kelly L.

Smalling, Rebecca A. Reeves, Erin Muths, Mark Vandever, William A. Battaglin, Michelle L. Hladik, and Clay L. Pierce. PDF. The River Book: The Nature and Management of Streams in Glaciated Terranes.

Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, DEP Bulletin 28 Hartford, Connecticut Maczka, C., S. Pang, D. Policansky and R. Wedge. Nitrous oxide (N 2 O) is a potent greenhouse gas that can result in nitrogen loss from the soil.

The scientific literature is deficient in studies that measure N 2 O emissions, NO 3 leaching, and crop performance across multiple sources of nitrogen fertilizer and changes in field practices.

However, there are tools and strategies available to consultants and producers to improve nitrogen use. Agriculture accounts for 70%–80% of total pesticide use, and 60% of agricultural use is herbicides (Nowell et al., ).

Environmental concerns led to reductions in the use of persistent pesticides such as DDT, which was banned inbut little is known of the breakdown process or persistence of contemporary pesticides.

The Mississippi River is, in many ways, the nation's best known and most important river system. Mississippi River water quality is of paramount importance for sustaining the many uses of the river including drinking water, recreational and commercial activities, and support for the river's ecosystems and the environmental goods and services they provide.

Trends in Pesticide Concentrations in Corn-Belt Streams, USGS Scientific Investigations Report ; Trends in concentrations and use of agricultural herbicides for corn belt rivers, Vecchia and others,ES&T. Full text of "Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [electronic resource]" See other formats.Goals / Objectives Determine relation of time and intensity of thinning in mixed hardwood stands topost-defoliation mortality of oak.

Determine effect of number and intensity of fuelwood thinnings on growth and quality of residual trees. Determine effect of hemlock woolly adelgid density on needle loss, moisture content and bud break of eastern hemlock in natural stands and .For example, nitrogen sources and fate have been studied for over 30 years in the large Fall Creek watershed in central New York, a mixed‐land‐use basin containing large amounts of forest (53%) and agricultural (42%) land that drain an area of km 2.

Nitrogen primarily from atmospheric deposition, fertilizers, and manure, is delivered to Cited by: