Water quality impacts of converting intensively- managed agricultural lands to switchgrass

@inproceedings{Sarkar2014WaterQI,
  title={Water quality impacts of converting intensively- managed agricultural lands to switchgrass},
  author={Saumya Sarkar and Shelie A Miller},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract Land use change resulting from bioenergy production has the potential to affect regional water quality. Water quality impacts associated with bioenergy production have been extensively modeled in the Midwest, but are not sufficiently quantified for other regions. The Black Creek watershed is located in the Pee Dee River basin in South Carolina, an area that has high bioenergy production potential. Total nitrate loss from simulated switchgrass cultivation within the Black Creek… CONTINUE READING

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