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- Vadas, Peter A.; Busch, Dennis L.; Powell, J.Mark; Brink, Geoff E.
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2015 v.199 pp. 124
- agricultural runoff, etc ; atmospheric precipitation; beef cattle; cropland; dairy cattle; dairy farming; feces; fertilizers; grazing; losses from soil; models; monitoring; nitrogen; nutrients; pastures; phosphorus; production technology; remediation; sediment yield; sediments; snowmelt; soil; soil erosion; vegetation; water quality; Wisconsin; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) loss from agriculture persists as a water quality impairment issue. For dairy farms, nutrients can be lost from cropland, pastures, barnyards, and outdoor cattle lots. We monitored N and P loss in runoff from dairy and beef grazed pastures for two years in southwest Wisconsin, USA and tested the accuracy of the Annual P Loss Estimator (APLE) model to predict runoff ...