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Evaluation of amendments to control phosphorus losses in runoff from dairy soiled water.
Amendments with the potential to reduce phosphorus (P) losses from agricultural grassland arising from the land application of dairy-soiled water (DSW) were investigated. Optimal application rates were studied, and associated ...
The performance of constructed wetlands treating primary, secondary and dairy soiled water in Ireland (a review).
(Journal of Environmental Management, 2011-11-01)
In Ireland, no database detailing the design, influent loading rates or performance of constructed wetlands (CWs) exists. On account of this, they are designed without any protocol based on empirical data. The aim of ...
Nitrate removal rate, efficiency and pollution swapping potential of different organic carbon media in laboratory denitrification bioreactors.
(Ecological Engineering, 2012-01-01)
Laboratory denitrifying bioreactors, which use an organic carbon (C) rich media to enhance microbial reduction of nitrate (NO3-) to nitrogen (N) gases, are used worldwide to protect surface and groundwater. To highlight ...
Impact of chemical amendment of dairy cattle slurry on phosphorus, suspended sediment and metal loss to runoff from a grassland soil.
(Science of the Total Environment, 2011-11-01)
Emerging remediation technologies such as chemical amendment of dairy cattle slurry have the potential to reduce phosphorus (P) solubility and consequently reduce P losses arising from land application of dairy cattle ...
Evaluation of chemical amendments to control phosphorus losses from dairy slurry.
(Soil Use and Management, 2011-06-01)
The aim of this paper is to identify chemicals with the potential to reduce P losses from agricultural grassland arising from the land application of dairy cattle slurry. It also aims to identify optimal application rates ...
Use of zeolite with alum and PAC amendments to mitigate runoff losses of P, N and suspended solids from agricultural wastes applied to land
(ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, 2015)
Diffuse pollutant losses containing phosphorus (P), nitrogen (N) and suspended solids (SS) can occur when agricultural wastes are applied to soil. This study aimed to mitigate P, N and SS losses in runoff from grassed ...