Modeling manure-borne bromide and fecal coliform transport with runoff and infiltration at a hillslope

@inproceedings{Kouznetsova2007ModelingMB,
  title={Modeling manure-borne bromide and fecal coliform transport with runoff and infiltration at a hillslope},
  author={Maria Kouznetsova and R. Roodsarib and Y. A. Pachepskyc and D. R. Sheltonc and A. M. Sadeghid and A. Shirmohammadib and J. L. Starrd},
  year={2007}
}
Hillslope vegetated buffers are recommended to prevent water pollution from agricultural runoff. However, models to predict the efficacy of different grass buffer designs are lacking. The objective of this work was to develop and test a mechanistic model of coupled surface and subsurface flow and transport of bacteria and a conservative tracer on hillslopes. The testing should indicate what level of complexity and observation density might be needed to capture essential processes in the model… CONTINUE READING

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