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  • No-tillage and high-residue practices reduce soil water evaporation

    No-tillage and high-residue practices reduce soil water evaporation

    California Agriculture | April 1, 2012...
    Summary

    Reducing tillage and maintaining crop residues on the soil surface could improve the water use efficiency of California crop production. In two field...

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  • Cover cropping and no-tillage improve soil health in an arid irrigated cropping system in California’s San Joaquin Valley, USA

    Cover cropping and no-tillage improve soil health in an arid irrigated cropping system in California’s San Joaquin Valley, USA

    Soil and Tillage Research, Elsevier | January 3, 2017...
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    The concept of soil health has attracted considerable attention during the past two decades, but few studies have focused on the effects on...

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  • On-farm flood capture could reduce groundwater overdraft in Kings River Basin

    On-farm flood capture could reduce groundwater overdraft in Kings River Basin

    California Agriculture | November 16, 2016...
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    Chronic groundwater overdraft threatens agricultural sustainability in California’s Central Valley. Diverting flood flows onto farmland for groundwater recharge offers an opportunity to help address...

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  • Effects of ferric sulfate and polyaluminum chloride coagulation enhanced treatment wetlands on Typha growth, soil and water chemistry

    Effects of ferric sulfate and polyaluminum chloride coagulation enhanced treatment wetlands on Typha growth, soil and water chemistry

    Science of the Total Environment, Elsevier | January 15, 2019...
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    Land surface subsidence is a concern in many deltas worldwide as it contributes to water quality degradation, loss of fertile land and increased...

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  • Aluminum- and iron-based coagulation for in-situ removal of dissolved organic carbon, disinfection byproducts, mercury and other constituents from agricultural drain water

    Aluminum- and iron-based coagulation for in-situ removal of dissolved organic carbon, disinfection byproducts, mercury and other constituents from agricultural drain water

    Elsevier | May 9, 2019...
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    Agricultural production on wetland soils can be significant sources of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), disinfection byproduct precursors, mercury and nutrients to downstream water bodies...

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  • Mercury, Monomethyl Mercury, and Dissolved Organic Carbon Concentrations in Surface Water Entering and Exiting Constructed Wetlands Treated with Metal-Based Coagulants, Twitchell Island, California

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    Mercury, Monomethyl Mercury, and Dissolved Organic Carbon Concentrations in Surface Water Entering and Exiting Constructed Wetlands Treated with Metal-Based Coagulants, Twitchell Island, California

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | August 30, 2015...
    Summary

    Coagulation with metal-based salts is a practice commonly employed by drinking-water utilities to decrease particle and dissolved organic carbon concentrations in water. In...

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