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- Hernandez-Santana, V.; Asbjornsen, H.; Sauer, T.; Isenhart, T.; Schilling, K.; Schultz, R.
- Forest ecology and management 2011 v.261 no.8 pp. 1415
- runoff, etc ; Acer saccharinum; Betula nigra; Juglans nigra; Platanus occidentalis; Quercus bicolor; canopy; ecosystem services; edge effects; energy; field crops; heat treatment; humid zones; issues and policy; landscapes; microclimate; pollutants; riparian buffers; sap; sap flow; sapwood; sediment transport; soil water; species differences; streams; transpiration; trees; wind; Corn Belt region; Iowa; Show all 30 Subjects
- ... Riparian buffers are designed as management practices to increase infiltration and reduce surface runoff and transport of sediment and nonpoint source pollutants from crop fields to adjacent streams. Achieving these ecosystem service goals depends, in part, on their ability to remove water from the soil via transpiration. In these systems, edges between crop fields and trees of the buffer systems ...