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Modelling Nitrogen and Phosphorus Dynamics in Cropping Systems at the Field Scale
Expanded Title:This project developed an integrated modeling approach to the prediction of agricultural NPS pollution from field- to catchment-scale for phosphorous, nitrogen, pesticides and sediments. A project team consisting of four individual Task Teams, comprising of one or more specialists within each of the domains of agricultural nutrients, sediments, pesticides, field-scale bio-physical modelling, catchment-scale bio-physical modelling, and agricultural economics, report on their activities in a series of five reports, namely: • WRC Report No TT 516/12 entitled Modelling Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution and Economic-Environmental Trade-offs of Control Measures. • WRC Report No 1516/1/12 entitled Modelling Nitrogen and Phosphorus Dynamics in Cropping Systems at the Field Scale. • WRC Report No 1516/2/12 Modelling the Fate of Pesticides: Primary Processes, Non-Point Source Data Collection and Guidelines • WRC Report No 1516/3/12 Modelling Nutrient and Sediment Dynamics at the Catchment Scale • WRC Report No 1516/4/12 Modelling Economic-Environmental Trade-Offs of Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution Control Measures
Date Published:15/07/2012
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Agricultural Water - Small holder irrigation
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Standard
WRC Report No:1516/1/12
ISBN No:978-1-4312-0241-6
ISBN Set No:978-1-4312-0245-4
Authors:van der Laan M; Annandale JG; Tesfamariam EH; du Preez CC; Benadé N; Bristow KL; Stirzaker RJ
Project No:K5/1516
Organizations:Department of Plant Production & Soil Science University of Pretoria; Department of Soil, Crop and Climate Sciences The University of the Free State; Department of Soil Science, University of Stellenbosch; NB Systems; CSIRO Sustainable Agricultural National Research Flagship; Cooperative Research Centre for Irrigation Futures, Australia
Document Size:1 085 KB
Related Documents:Modelling Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution and Economic-Environmental Trade-Offs of Pollution Control Measures
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