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... decreased to 46. Nevertheless, this decrease was not sufficient to meet the goal P loading to Lake Uluabat. Keywords: Agricultural pollution; Diffuse pollution; AVSWAT; Lake Uluabat; Modeling; Phosphorus; Phosphorus transport 1. Introduction Reduction of nutrient transport to lakes is require ...
Desalination 226 (2008)

... and today’s agricultural practice, the main sources of nitrogen originate from process wastewater management (62% from point sources and 4% from diffuse sources when compared to the total emission) and agriculture (3% from point sources and 28% from diffuse sources again compared to total emission)... with eutrophication in many Europe river basins. Materials accounting is a multidisciplinary approach to identify precisely the sources of pollution and to assess the most efficient preventive means to avoid these problems. A methodology for the evaluation of nitrogen balance was developed an ...
Desalination 226 (2008)

... 36. N. Vagstad, P. Stålnacke, H.-E. Andersen, J. Deelstra, V. Jansons, K. Kyllmar, E. Loigu, S. Rekolainen and R. Tumas, Regional variations in diffuse nitrogen losses from agriculture in the Nordic an Baltic regions, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 8 (4) (2004) 651–662. B.C. Braskerud, Sedimentation... Ås, 2001, ISSN 0802-3220, ISBN 82-575-0458-0. R.H. Kadlec, R.L. Knight, J. Vymazal, H. Brix, P. Cooper and R. Haberl, Constructed Wetlands for Pollution Control, Scientific and Technical Report No. 8, IWA-Publishing, London, UK, 2000, pp. 156.
Desalination 226 (2008)

... sources. One of the main reasons for not achieving the target of water quality management is pointed out as to take insufficient measures toward diffuse pollution, particularly in the control of stormwater discharge. In March 2004, the Comprehensive Measures for Non-point Source Pollution ...
Desalination 226 (2008)

... threat to water quality. (2) Vehicles continue to be a source of persistent, toxic pollutants to the UK environment. As other sources of diffuse pollution have been reduced, vehicle usage has become the predominant source of copper and PAHs to the UK environment. (3) Technologies exis ...
Desalination 226 (2008)

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