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Author(s):Park, S. W.; Mostaghimi, S.; Cooke, R. A.; McClellan, P. W.
Author Affiliation:Park, Visiting Associate Professor; Mostaghimi, Professor; and McClellan, Systems Analyst, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060-0303. Cooke: Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Engineering, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois 61801-4797
Title:BMP impacts on watershed runoff, sediment, and nutrient yields
Section:Technical Papers
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Source:Water Resources Bulletin. Vol. 30, No. 6, November/December 1994, p. 1011-1023.
# of Pages:13
Publishing Information:Bethesda, MD: American Water Resources Association.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Watershed management; Surface runoff; Best management practices; Nonpoint source pollution
Abstract/Contents:"To quantify the effectiveness of best management practice (BMP) implementation on runoff, sediment, and nutrient yields from a watershed, the Nomini Creek watershed and water quality monitoring project was initiated in 1985, in Westmoreland County, Virginia. The changes in nonpoint source (NPS) loadings resulting from BMPs were evaluated by comparing selected parameters from data series obtained before, during, and after periods of BMP implementation. The results indicated that the watershed-averaged curve number, sediment, and nutrient (N and P) concentrations were reduced by approximately 5, 20, and 40 percent, respectively, due to BMP implementation. The nutrient yield model developed by Frere et al. (1980) was applied to the water quality parameters from 175 storms, but it failed to adequately describe the observed phenomena. Seasonal changes in nutrient availability factors were not consistent with field conditions, nor were they significantly different in the pre- and post-BMP periods. An extended period of monitoring, with intensive BMP implementation over a larger portion of the watershed, is required to identify BMP effectiveness."
Language:English
References:15
Note:Map, "Location of the Nomini Creek watershed and of the monitoring stations within the watershed"
Map, "Landuse patterns at the Nomini Creek watershed"
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Park, S. W., S. Mostaghimi, R. A. Cooke, and P. W. McClellan. 1994. BMP impacts on watershed runoff, sediment, and nutrient yields. Water Resour. Bull. 30(6):p. 1011-1023.
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