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Record number 342918
Title On the use of unsaturated flow and transport models in nutrient and pesticide management
Author(s) Vanclooster, M.; Boesten, J.J.T.I.; Tiktak, A.; Jarvis, N.; Kroes, J.G.; Muñoz-Carpena, R.; Clothier, B.E.; Green, S.R.
Source In: Unsaturated-zone modeling: progress, challenges and applications. - Dordrecht [etc.] : Kluwer (Wageningen UR Frontis Series 6) - ISBN 1402029187 - p. 331 - 361.
Event Dordrecht [etc.] : Kluwer (Wageningen UR Frontis Series 6) - ISBN 1402029187 Frontis workshop on unsaturated-zone modeling, 2004-10-03/2004-10-05
Department(s) Alterra - Centre for Water and Climate
ALTERRA Wageningen UR
Publication type Chapter in scientific book
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) bodemwaterbeweging - infiltratie - voedingsstoffen - pesticiden - waterverontreiniging - modellen - soil water movement - infiltration - nutrients - pesticides - water pollution - models
Categories Soil Physics
Abstract In this paper, we show how flow and transport models are introduced in the nutrient and pesticide management decision-making process. Examples are given of the use of flow and transport models in (i) field-scale nutrient and pesticide management; (ii) the identification and evaluation of fertilization and pesticide application practices supporting the implementation of regional-scale environmental management plans; and (iii) the registration of plant-protection products
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