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Record nummer 193800
Titel Equations for the calculation of N- and P-load on surface waters
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[by] J.H.A.M. Steenvoorden
Auteur(s) Steenvoorden, J.H.A.M.
Uitgever Wageningen : I.C.W.
Jaar van uitgave 1983
Pagina's 25 p.
Pagina's 1 online resource (25 p.)
Titel van reeks Nota / Institute for Land and Water Management Research (no. 1419) (Projectgroep Zuidelijke Peel , ; no. 21)
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Trefwoorden (cab) kanalen / chemische eigenschappen / stikstof / rivieren / waterlopen / oppervlaktewater / water / nederland / de peel
Rubrieken Waterbeheer (algemeen)
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Nutrient loadson surface and ground waters is the result of inputs from various sources. For the development of a plan for water management information is needed about the consequences of alternative scenarios. Therefore mathematica! approaches have been developed for the contributions by the polluting sources, In this report equations are given to make estimates of the nitrogen and phosphorus load originating from waste water discharges, input water from canals and fertilizing activities in agriculture. Partly the parameter values needed in the equations are already available, partly they will have to he collected from field data in the Southern-Peel study.
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