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Toward quantifying water pollution abatement in response to installing buffers on crop landAuthor(s): Michael G. Dosskey
Source: Environmental Management, Vol. 28(5): 577-598
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe scientific research literature is reviewed (i) for evidence of how much reduction in nonpoint source pollution can be achieved by installing buffers on crop land, (ii) to summarize important factors that can affect this response, and (iii) to identify remaining major information gaps that limit our ability to make probable estimates. This review is intended to clarify the current scientific foundation of the USDA and similar buffer programs designed in part for water pollution abatement and to highlight important research needs.
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CitationDosskey, Michael G. 2001. Toward quantifying water pollution abatement in response to installing buffers on crop land. Environmental Management, Vol. 28(5): 577-598
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