The Evolution of Two-Stage Agricultural Ditches In the United States

@inproceedings{DAmbrosio2012TheEO,
  title={The Evolution of Two-Stage Agricultural Ditches In the United States},
  author={Jessica L. D'Ambrosio and Rebecca Kallio and Andy Ward and Jonathan D. Witter and Jennifer L. Tank and Sarah S Roley},
  year={2012}
}
The landscape in the Midwest Region of the United States has been converted to agricultural use and with this has come greatly altered hydrologic functioning. In some cases, these hydrologic alterations have also led to severe water quality problems, including accelerated rates of stream bank erosion and sedimentation problems, inadequate processing of nutrients, and turbidity increases, each of which pose adverse consequences for aquatic biota. Research by the authors has lead to the… CONTINUE READING