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Author(s):Prei├čmann, Rainer
Author Affiliation:Landschaftsarchitekt BDLA, Gruppe ├ľkologie und Planung, Agnesstra├če 2, 4300 Essen 1.
Title:Rasenanlagen in Wasserschutzgebieten aus der Sicht der Planung und Ausf├╝hrung
Translated Title:Turf grounds in water protection zones from the point of view of planning and construction
Source:Rasen, Grunflachen, Begrunungen. Vol. 18, No. 2, June 1987, p. 36-43.
Publishing Information:Bonn-Bad godesberg, Hortus Verlag
# of Pages:8
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Sports turf; Water pollution; Groundwater; Planning; Construction; Environmental protection; Golf courses in the environment
Abstract/Contents:SUMMARY: "This article deals in particular with the planning aspects of this subject. Two examples are given to elaborate the different planning levels. After a brief explanation of terms in relation to the turf grounds in question and the legal aspects it is shown in which manner, at an already early stage, the environmental compatibility of the project can be tested. A sports ground planned in the water protection zone II serves as an example to demonstrate the methodical procedure. Possible effects are elaborated in particular, which whould be avoided or balanced throught the application of appropriate measures or from which the ground water has to be protected. The second example, a golf link in water protection zones II and I, is somewhat more pragmatically located, one planning level lower. Here, concrete measures, which have moreover been visualized in drawings, are more closely regarded. The new findings relating to nitrate reduction through bark mulch are also elucidated. Towards the end of the article, the consequences and requirements relating to turf grounds in water protection zones are specified." Using the laws as they exist in the Federal Republic of Germany as a departure point, means of enforcing the laws while a project is still in its planning stages are discussed. Furthermore, it is the intensity of use and the kinds of grass that are present upon a site that should determine the amounts of fertilizers used, and this should give rise to the issue of how best to apply the fertilizers without harming the surrounding protected zone.
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Abstract appears in German, English, and French
Report at the 56th Rasenseminar of the Deutsche Rasengesellschaft held in D├╝sseldorf
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Prei├čmann, R. 1987. Rasenanlagen in Wasserschutzgebieten aus der Sicht der Planung und Ausf├╝hrung. (In German) Rasen Turf Gazon. 18(2):p. 36-43.
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