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Author(s):Starrett, Steve; Su, Yunsheng; Heier, Travis; Klein, Jamie; Holste, Jeff; Palomo, Monica
Author Affiliation:Starrett: Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Department, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas; Su: Engineer IV, Watershed Protection District, County of Ventura, Ventura, California; Heier: Project Engineer, Henningson Durham and Richarden Incorporated, Forsyth; Klein: Project Manager, Terracon Consultants Incorporated, Columbia, Montana; Holste: Project Intern Engineer, J.R. Engineering Limited Liability Company, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Palomo: Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering Department, California State Polytechnic University, Ponoma, California
Title:Long-term monitoring of nutrient loss in runoff from a golf course: With proper golf course management, the surface water quality in a golf course-dominated watershed could be returned to its original condition
Section:Research
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Source:Golf Course Management. Vol. 77, No. 10, October 2009, p. 82-84, 86, 88.
# of Pages:5
Publishing Information:Lawrence, KS: Golf Course Superintendents Association of America
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf course construction; Groundwater; Leaching; Nitrogen; Pastures; Phosphorus; Surface runoff; Watersheds
Abstract/Contents:Reports a study "developed to assess the magnitude of the effect of nutrient loss on the surrounding surface water during the different stages of a golf course development." States that "in order to monitor the environmental impacts before construction (pasture cover), during construction and during early operation of the golf course, three stream-gauging stations were set up in the watershed." Concludes that "if a golf course is managed properly, the surface water quality in a golf course-dominated watershed could be returned to its original condition."
Language:English
References:11
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Starret, S., Y. Su, T. Heier, J. Klein, J. Holste, and M. Palomo. 2009. Long-term monitoring of nutrient loss in runoff from a golf course: With proper golf course management, the surface water quality in a golf course-dominated watershed could be returned to its original condition. Golf Course Manage. 77(10):p. 82-84, 86, 88.
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