An automated system for monitoring the quality and quantity of subsurface drain flow

@inproceedings{Kanwar1999AnAS,
  title={An automated system for monitoring the quality and quantity of subsurface drain flow},
  author={Rameshwar S. Kanwar and David L. Bjorneberg and David G. Baker},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract An automated flow data collection system was installed in a subsurface drainage system to determine discharge volumes and drainage flow rates. An experimental site was established by installing a subsurface drainage system on 36 plots, each of 0·4 ha, to measure subsurface drain flows and collect drain water samples for water quality analysis. Subsurface drains from individual plots were intercepted at the end of plots and routed to individual sumps to collect drain water. Flowmeters… CONTINUE READING

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