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Content material: Hydrology / Mary Leigh Wolfe -- Soil erosion and sedimentation / Mark A. Nearing, L. Darrell Norton, and Xunchang Zhang -- Nitrogen and water caliber / William F. Ritter and Lars Bergstrom -- Phosphorus and water caliber affects / Kenneth L. Campbell and Dwayne R. Edwards -- insecticides and water caliber affects / William F. Ritter -- Nonpoint resource toxins and farm animals manure administration / William F. Ritter -- Irrigated agriculture and water caliber affects / Blaine R. Hanson and Thomas J. Trout -- Agricultural drainage and water caliber / William F. Ritter and Adel Shirmohammadi -- Water caliber versions / Adel Shirmohammadi ... [et al.] -- most sensible administration practices for nonpoint resource toxins keep watch over / Saied Mostaghimi ... [et al.] -- tracking / William L. Magette
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Wiley, New York, 1980. © 2001 by CRC Press LLC 2 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Mark A. Nearing, L. D. 1 INTRODUCTION Soil erosion includes the processes of detachment of soil particles from the soil mass and the subsequent transport and deposition of those sediment particles on land surfaces. Erosion is the source of 99% of the total suspended solid loads in waterways in the United States1 and undoubtedly around the world. Somewhat over half of the approximately 5 billion tons of soil eroded every year in the United States reaches small streams.
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