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- Zimmer, Dana; Kahle, Petra; Baum, Christel
- Agricultural water management 2016 v.167 pp. 21-28
- chemical precipitation, etc ; agricultural soils; aluminum; bioavailability; crystal structure; electron microscopy; eutrophication; fungi; iron; iron oxides; manganese; mycelium; oxides; phosphorus; risk; sediments; storms; summer; surface water; tile drainage; winter; Germany; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... Phosphorus losses from agricultural soils are usually predominately caused by surface-runoff and only rarely by tile drain discharge. However, storm events can drastically increase P transfer to water bodies. In 2011 summer storm events caused 3.2 fold higher precipitation compared to the long-term average in Northern Germany. During these storm events excessive yellow-brown ochre flocs were obser ...
- Lonigro, Antonio; Rubino, Pietro; Lacasella, Vita; Montemurro, Nicola
- Agricultural water management 2016 v.174 pp. 66-73
- chemical precipitation, etc ; Cryptosporidium; Escherichia coli; Giardia; Salmonella; activated sludge; bacterial contamination; chlorination; coliform bacteria; denitrification; field experimentation; filtration; food contamination; harvest date; human health; irrigation water; microbial load; microbiological quality; microirrigation; municipal wastewater; phosphorus; pollution; porosity; risk; sand; screening; soil; vegetable crops; vegetables; wastewater irrigation; Italy; Show all 31 Subjects
- ... A three-year study was carried out to evaluate the effects of three different types of municipal treated wastewater distributed by drip irrigation on the microbial quality of some vegetable crops. The three different treated wastewater were: a secondary effluent originated from the municipal treatment plant after screening and grit removal, primary clarifiers followed by activated sludge process a ...