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Climate change and the potential effects on runoff and nitrogen losses in the Nordic–Baltic region
Abstract Climatic changes will influence the possibilities for agricultural production (e.g. longer growing season), agricultural management practices (e.g. changes in tillage, fertilization,Expand
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Reprint of “Hydrological pathways and nitrogen runoff in agricultural dominated catchments in Nordic and Baltic countries”
Nitrogen (N) transport and retention in streams are largely determined by hydrological characteristics (e.g. water runoff, baseflow index (BFI) and flashiness index (FI)) in the catchment. It isExpand
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Managing Eutrophication in the Szczecin (Oder) Lagoon-Development, Present State and Future Perspectives
High riverine nutrient loads caused poor water quality, low water transparency and an unsatisfactory ecological status in the Szczecin (Oder) Lagoon, a trans-boundary water at the southern shore ofExpand
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Prioritising areas for soil conservation measures in small agricultural catchments in Norway, using a connectivity index
Measures designed to control erosion serve two purposes: on site (reduce soil loss) and off site (reduce sediment delivery to streams and lakes). While these objectives often coincide or at least areExpand
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Jord- og vannovervåking i landbruket (JOVA). Feltrapporter fra programmet i 2011
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Implementation of Mitigation Measures to Reduce Phosphorus Losses: The Vestre Vansjø Pilot Catchment
Diffuse phosphorus loss from agricultural fields is an important contributor to the eutrophication of waterbodies. The objective of this study was to evaluate a pilot project for the implementationExpand
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Norwegian policy and practises regarding mitigation measures in agriculture
Norway has adopted the Water Framework directive and intends to achieve good ecological status in all water bodies by 2021. The environmental condition of Norwegian rivers and lakes are good comparedExpand
Knowledge status for structure liming in Norway