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By Donald L. Sparks

Advances in Agronomy is still well-known as a number one reference and a main resource for the most recent learn in agronomy. every one quantity comprises an eclectic team of experiences through prime scientists during the global.

As continuously, the themes coated are assorted and exemplary of the myriad of subject material handled by way of this long-running serial.

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Testing of these technologies in different landscape settings is needed to better understand how to use these tools. Continued advances in geospatial technology and remote- and groundbased sensing will likely improve our ability to predict where in the landscape restoring the hydrology of historic wetlands will promote denitrification or nitrate dilution. Integration of local knowledge with geospatial tools may provide for the most robust analysis of landscapes. 2 Estimating Wetland Efficiencies Wetland efficiencies use simple relationships to predict N removal rates.

Eng. 1, 115e134. , 2003. Nutrient transport in a restored riparian wetland. J. Environ. Qual. 32, 711e726. , 2004. Landscape controls on nitrate removal in stream riparian zones. Water Resour. Res. 40. , 2005. Modeling the suitability of wetland restoration potential at the watershed scale. Ecol. Eng. 24, 359e377. , 2013. The watershed approach: lessons learned through a collaborative effort. Natl. Wetlands Newsl. 35, 9e13. , 2000. Ability of restored wetlands to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in agricultural drainage water.

Maryland Department of the Environment. ). , 2001. Using wetlands for water quality improvement in agricultural watersheds; the importance of a watershed scale approach. Water Sci. Technol. 44, 559e564. , 2006. Potential Benefits of Wetland Filters for Tile Drainage Systems: Impact on Nitrate Loads to Mississippi River Subbasins. Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Project Reports. Paper 8. http://lib. edu/abe_eng_reports/8. , 1973. Water resources of the Delmarva Peninsula. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 822, p.

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