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By Donald L. Sparks

Advances in Agronomy is still famous as a number one reference and a major resource for the most recent study in agronomy. every one quantity comprises an eclectic crew of experiences through prime scientists through the international.

As continually, the themes lined are diverse and exemplary of the myriad of subject material handled through this long-running serial.

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Mechanism and implications. Geoderma 46, 59e71. , 2013. Topographic metrics for improved mapping of forested wetlands. Wetlands 33, 141e155. , 2012. Enhanced detection of wetland-stream connectivity using LiDAR. Wetlands 32, 461e473. , 2008. A. Remote Sens. Environ. 112, 4120e4130. 36 Margaret A. Goldman and Brian A. , 1997. Water quality functions of riparian Forest buffers in Chesapeake Bay watersheds. Environ. Manage. 21, 687e712. Maryland Department of the Environment, 2012. Maryland’s Phase II Watershed Implementation Plan for the Chesapeake Bay TMDL (Online).

2000. An Overview of Wetlands and Water Resources of Maryland (Online). 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.

Published by Elsevier Inc. 004 All rights reserved. 39 52 54 56 56 57 57 j 40 Ed Gregorich et al. 3 Social Developments 64 65 65 References 66 Abstract The HabereBosch process for synthesizing fertilizer nitrogen (N) is among the most important modern discoveries because it has enabled us to grow enough food for several billion more of us. At the same time, however, profusion of added “reactive” N has become a prominent ecological threat, globally, because a large fraction of applied N is lost from agricultural ecosystems.

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