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Record number 532710
Title Future agriculture with minimized phosphorus losses to waters : Research needs and direction
Author(s) Sharpley, Andrew N.; Bergström, Lars; Aronsson, Helena; Bechmann, Marianne; Bolster, Carl H.; Börling, Katarina; Djodjic, Faruk; Jarvie, Helen P.; Schoumans, Oscar F.; Stamm, Christian; Tonderski, Karin S.; Ulén, Barbro; Uusitalo, Risto; Withers, Paul J.A.
Source Ambio 44 (2015)Supplement 2. - ISSN 0044-7447 - p. 163 - 179.
Department(s) Alterra - Sustainable soil management
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) Implementation - Manure - Mitigation measures - Monitoring - P management - Transport pathways
Abstract The series of papers in this issue of AMBIO represent technical presentations made at the 7th International Phosphorus Workshop (IPW7), held in September, 2013 in Uppsala, Sweden. At that meeting, the 150 delegates were involved in round table discussions on major, predetermined themes facing the management of agricultural phosphorus (P) for optimum production goals with minimal water quality impairment. The six themes were (1) P management in a changing world; (2) transport pathways of P from soil to water; (3) monitoring, modeling, and communication; (4) importance of manure and agricultural production systems for P management; (5) identification of appropriate mitigation measures for reduction of P loss; and (6) implementation of mitigation strategies to reduce P loss. This paper details the major challenges and research needs that were identified for each theme and identifies a future roadmap for catchment management that cost-effectively minimizes P loss from agricultural activities.
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