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Titel (primär) Measuring environmental impacts of land use changes on water quality with lysimeters
Titel (sekundär) The lysimeter concept : environmental behavior of pesticides. Proceedings American Chemical Society, Division of Agrochemicals, Meeting 1997 : San Francisco, CA, 13-14 April 1997, Issue No. 52
Autor Meißner, R.; Seeger, J.; Rupp, H.;
Herausgeber Führ, F.; Hance, R.J.; Plimmer, J.R.; Nelson, J.O.;
Journal / Serie ACS Symposium Series
Erscheinungsjahr 1998
Department BOPHY; BOOEK; BOFO;
Band/Volume 699
Sprache englisch;
Abstract To study and predict environmental impacts of land use changes we operate 200 lysimeters at 6 lysimeter stations. Different types of lysimeters are used to evaluate the effects of intensive and extensive agricultural systems, fallow systems and forestry types on drainage water quality. Lysimeter experiments allow the rapid detection and prediction of the impacts of changes in agricultural management. In particular, they are suitable for studying the transformation and translocation of nutrients and other chemical substances passing through soils and sediments into water systems. The objective of this paper is to discuss a) our different lysimeter set-ups and related experiments, b) the initial results of our lysimeter studies and their impact on land use management and c) the scaling-up of lysimeter data to catchment areas. However, from the point of view of protecting drinking water quality, rotation fallow for one year is not recommended because of the resulting intensified leaching of nitrates.
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Meißner, R., Seeger, J., Rupp, H. (1998):
Measuring environmental impacts of land use changes on water quality with lysimeters
In: Führ, F., Hance, R.J., Plimmer, J.R., Nelson, J.O. (eds.)
The lysimeter concept : environmental behavior of pesticides. Proceedings American Chemical Society, Division of Agrochemicals, Meeting 1997 : San Francisco, CA, 13-14 April 1997, Issue No. 52
ACS Sym. Ser. 699
American Chemical Society (ACS), Washington, DC, p. 163 - 176