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- Knight, Scott Stephen, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Journal of environmental science and engineering. B 2015 v.4 pp. 169-176
- Aphredoderus sayanus; Cyprinella; Ictiobus bubalus; Lepisosteus oculatus; Lepomis macrochirus; adults; environmental factors; erosion control; fauna; fish; habitats; hills; loess; predation; soil erosion; species diversity; streams; Mississippi
- ... Fish were collected from 39 sites on the main channel and major tributaries of a highly erosive stream, Hotophia Creek, which cuts through the loess hills of northern Mississippi. Collections were part of a study to document ecological and environmental conditions of the creek before and during construction designed to control bank instability and soil erosion. A total of 2642 specimens representi ...
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- Soil and Water Research 2013 v.8 no.3 pp. 113
- agricultural land; agricultural runoff; agricultural watersheds; alluvial plains; best management practices; conservation practices; conservation tillage; cover crops; farms; fish; groundwater; groundwater contamination; herbicide residues; herbicides; losses from soil; nitrate nitrogen; nonpoint source pollution; oxbow lakes; phosphorus; plankton; pollutants; pollution control; riparian areas; sediment transport; sediment yield; sediments; water quality; Mississippi River; United States
- ... Globally, agricultural lands are considered to major sources of nonpoint source pollutants such as sediment, pesticides and nutrients in the United States. While conservation practices have been tested for their effectiveness in reducing agricultural related pollutants on test plot scales, they typically have not been evaluated on a farm watershed scale nor have they been evaluated in terms of the ...