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    1. Weld, JL; Sharpley, AN; Beegle, DB; Gburek, WJ
      Identifying critical sources of phosphorus export from agricultural watersheds

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    2. Duchemin, M; Lachance, M; Morin, G; Lagace, R
      Geomatic simulation of soil erosion and sediment transport in small watersheds

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    3. Lindsey, BD; Gburek, WJ; Folmar, GJ
      Watershed scaling effect on base flow nitrate, valley and ridge physiographic province

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    4. Larson, SJ; Gilliom, RJ
      Regression models for estimating herbicide concentrations in US streams from watershed characteristics

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    5. Smith, JH; Wickham, JD; Norton, D; Wade, TG; Jones, KB
      Utilization of landscape indicators to model potential pathogen impaired waters

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    6. Chang, HJ; Evans, BM; Easterling, DR
      The effects of climate change on stream flow and nutrient loading

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    7. Homes, MJ; Frankenberger, JR; Engel, BA
      Susceptibility of Indiana watersheds to herbicide contamination

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    8. Dietrich, AM; Gallagher, DL; Klawiter, KA
      Inputs of copper-based crop protectants to coastal creeks from pasticulture runoff

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    9. Qiu, ZY; Prato, T
      Physical determinants of economic value of riparian buffers in an agricultural watershed

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    10. He, CS; Shi, CA; Yang, CC; Agosti, BP
      A Windows-based GIS-AGNPS interface

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    11. Crawford, CG
      Factors affecting pesticide occurrence and transport in a large midwesternriver basin

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    12. Smith, EH; Abumaizar, RJ; Skipwith, W
      Management of flood control sumps and pollutant transport

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    13. Hall, MD; Shaffer, MJ; Waskom, RM; Delgado, JA
      Regional nitrate leaching variability: What makes a difference in northeastern Colorado

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    14. McFarland, AMS; Hauck, LM
      Determining nutrient export coefficients and source loading uncertainty using in-stream monitoring data

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    15. Carlson, RA; Osiensky, JL
      Geostatistical based monitoring of soil water NO3--N: A potential nonpointsource of ground water contamination

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    16. Fasching, RA; Bauder, JW
      Evaluation of agricultural sediment load reductions using vegetative filter strips of cool season grasses

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    17. Hassen, MB; Prou, J
      A GIS-based assessment of potential aquacultural nonpoint source loading in an Atlantic bay (France)

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    18. Schulz, R; Peall, SKC; Hugo, C; Krause, V
      Concentration, load and toxicity of spraydrift-borne azinphos-methyl at the inlet and outlet of a constructed wetland

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    19. Mazer, G; Booth, D; Ewing, K
      Limitations to vegetation establishment and growth in biofiltration swales

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    20. Claassen, R; Horan, RD
      Uniform and non-uniform second-best input taxes

      ENVIRONMENTAL & RESOURCE ECONOMICS
    21. Wu, JJ; Babcock, BA
      Spatial heterogeneity and the choice of instruments to control nonpoint pollution

      ENVIRONMENTAL & RESOURCE ECONOMICS
    22. Goolsby, DA; Battaglin, WA
      Long-term changes in concentrations and flux of nitrogen in the Mississippi River Basin, USA

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    23. Vowell, JL
      Using stream bioassessment to monitor best management practice effectiveness

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    24. Dosskey, MG
      Toward quantifying water pollution abatement in response to installing buffers on crop land

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    25. Caruso, BS
      Risk-based targeting of diffuse contaminant sources at variable spatial scales in a New Zealand high country catchment

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    26. Ichiki, A; Hall, KJ; Maruta, Y; Yamada, K
      Comparison of pollutant runoff in Lake Biwa tributaries, Japan and the Brunette River watershed, Canada

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    27. Smith, EH; Abumalzar, RJ; Halff, AH; Skipwith, WE
      Simple mass balance approach for assessment of flood control sumps in an urban watershed: case study of heavy metal loading

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    28. Meals, DW
      Water quality response to riparian restoration in an agricultural watershed in Vermont, USA

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Haag, D; Kaupenjohann, M
      Landscape fate of nitrate fluxes and emissions in Central Europe - A critical review of concepts, data, and models for transport and retention

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    30. Berka, C; Schreier, H; Hall, K
      Linking water quality with agricultural intensification in a rural watershed

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    31. Schulz, R
      Comparison of spray drift- and runoff-related input of azinphos-methyl andendosulfan from fruit orchards into the Lourens River, South Africa

      CHEMOSPHERE
    32. Schulz, R
      Rainfall-induced sediment and pesticide input from orchards into the Lourens River, Western Cape, South Africa: Importance of a single event

      WATER RESEARCH
    33. Carleton, JN; Grizzard, TJ; Godrej, AN; Post, HE
      Factors affecting the performance of stormwater treatment wetlands

      WATER RESEARCH
    34. Leon, LF; Soulis, ED; Kouwen, N; Farquhar, GJ
      Nonpoint source pollution: A distributed water quality modeling approach

      WATER RESEARCH
    35. Smith, E
      Pollutant concentrations of stormwater and captured sediment in flood control sumps draining an urban watershed

      WATER RESEARCH
    36. Hatch, LK; Mallawatantri, A; Wheeler, D; Gleason, A; Mulla, D; Perry, J; Easter, KW; Smith, R; Gerlach, L; Brezonik, P
      Land management at the major watershed - Agroecoregion intersection

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    37. Hyer, KE; Hornberger, GM; Herman, JS
      Processes controlling the episodic steamwater transport of atrazine and other agrichemicals in an agricultural watershed

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    38. Horan, RD
      Differences in social and public risk perceptions and conflicting impacts on point/nonpoint trading ratios

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
    39. Franklin, DH; Cabrera, ML; Steiner, JL; Endale, DM; Miller, WP
      Evaluation of percent flow captured by a small in-field runoff collector

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASAE
    40. Reed-Andersen, T; Carpenter, SR; Lathrop, RC
      Phosphorus flow in a watershed-lake ecosystem

      ECOSYSTEMS
    41. Lapham, WW; Moran, MJ; Zogorski, JS
      Enhancements of nonpoint source monitoring of volatile organic compounds in ground water

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    42. Lin, JY; Yu, SL; Lee, TC
      Managing Taiwan's reservoir watersheds by the zoning approach

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    43. Winter, JG; Duthie, HC
      Export coefficient modeling to assess phosphorus loading in an urban watershed

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    44. Schilling, KE; Thompson, CA
      Walnut Creek Watershed Monitoring Project Iowa: Monitoring water quality in response to prairie restoration

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    45. Wang, LZ; Lyons, J; Kanehl, P; Bannerman, R; Emmons, E
      Watershed urbanization and changes in fish communities in southeastern Wisconsin streams

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    46. Diaz-Diaz, R; Loague, K
      Comparison of two pesticide leaching indices

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    47. Lyons, J; Trimble, SW; Paine, LK
      Grass versus trees: Managing riparian areas to benefit streams of central North America

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    48. Randhir, TO; Lee, JG
      Effect of water quality standards on farm income, rise, and NPS pollution

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    49. Carleton, JN; Grizzard, TJ; Godrej, AN; Post, HE; Lampe, L; Kenel, PP
      Performance of a constructed wetlands in treating urban stormwater runoff

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    50. Mallin, MA; Williams, KE; Esham, EC; Lowe, RP
      Effect of human development on bacteriological water quality in coastal watersheds

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    51. Wang, YP
      The non-point source (NPS) information system based on remote sensing and GIS and its preliminary application

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    52. Norton, MM; Fisher, TR
      The effects of forest on stream water quality in two coastal plain watersheds of the Chesapeake Bay

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    53. Arheimer, B; Brandt, M
      Watershed modelling of nonpoint nitrogen losses from arable land to the Swedish coast in 1985 and 1994

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    54. Nairn, RW; Mitsch, WJ
      Phosphorus removal in created wetland ponds receiving river overflow

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    55. Bouraoui, F; Dillaha, TA
      Answers-2000: Non-point-source nutrient planning model

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    56. Pinho, OD
      Community involvement in projects to reduce nonpoint source pollution

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    57. Cormier, SM; Smith, M; Norton, S; Neiheisel, T
      Assessing ecological risk in watersheds: A case study of problem formulation in the Big Darby Creek watershed, Ohio, USA

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    58. Pham, TT; Rondeau, B; Sabik, H; Proulx, S; Cossa, D
      Lake Ontario: the predominant source of triazine herbicides in the St. Lawrence River

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    59. Grunwald, S; Norton, LD
      Calibration and validation of a non-point source pollution model

      AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT
    60. Bhaduri, B; Harbor, J; Engel, B; Grove, M
      Assessing watershed-scale, long-term hydrologic impacts of land-use changeusing a GIS-NPS model

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    61. Caruso, BS
      Comparative analysis of New Zealand and US approaches for agricultural nonpoint source pollution management

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    62. Clay, SA; Dowdy, RH; Lamb, JA; Anderson, JL; Lowery, B; Knighton, RE; Clay, DE
      Herbicide movement and dissipation at four midwestern sites

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    63. Townsend, MA; Young, DP
      Atrazine and its metabolites as indicators of stream-aquifer interaction in Kansas, USA

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    64. Jain, CK
      Application of chemical mass balance approach to determine nutrient loading

      HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES JOURNAL-JOURNAL DES SCIENCES HYDROLOGIQUES
    65. Parker, D
      Controlling agricultural nonpoint water pollution: costs of implementing the Maryland Water Quality Improvement Act of 1998

      AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
    66. Lee, KY; Fisher, TR; Jordan, TE; Correll, DL; Weller, DE
      Modeling the hydrochemistry of the Choptank River Basin using GWLF and Arc/Info: 1. Model calibration and validation

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    67. Caruso, BS
      Spatial and temporal variability of stream phosphorus in a New Zealand high-country agricultural catchment

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    68. Shankar, B; DeVuyst, EA; White, DC; Braden, JB; Hornbaker, RH
      Nitrate abatement practices, farm profits, and lake water quality: a central Illinois case study

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    69. Woltemade, CJ
      Ability of restored wetlands to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in agricultural drainage water

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    70. Jackson, LL; Keeney, DR; Gilbert, EM
      Swine manure management plans in north-central Iowa: Nutrient loading and policy implications

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    71. Lowrance, R; Altier, LS; Williams, RG; Inamdar, SP; Sheridan, JM; Bosch, DD; Hubbard, RK; Thomas, DL
      REMM: The Riparian Ecosystem Management Model

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    72. Shepard, R
      Nitrogen and phosphorous management on Wisconsin farms: Lessons learned for agricultural water quality programs

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    73. Brannan, KM; Mostaghimi, S; McClellan, PW; Inamdar, S
      Animal waste BMP impacts on sediment and nutrient losses in runoff from the Owl Run watershed

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASAE
    74. Wynn, TM; Mostaghimi, S; Frazee, JW; McClellan, PW; Shaffer, RM; Aust, WM
      Effects of forest harvesting best management practices on surface water quality in the Virginia coastal plain

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASAE
    75. Randhir, TO; Lee, JG; Engel, B
      Multiple criteria dynamic spatial optimization to manage water quality on a watershed scale

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASAE
    76. Ogg, C
      Benefits from managing farm produced nutrients

      Journal of the american water resources association
    77. Horan, RD; Ribaudo, MO
      Policy objectives and economic incentives for controlling agricultural sources of nonpoint pollution

      Journal of the american water resources association
    78. Mankin, KR; Koelliker, JK; Kalita, PK
      Watershed and lake water quality assessment: An integrated modeling approach

      Journal of the american water resources association
    79. Burkart, MR; Gassman, PW; Moorman, TB; Singh, P
      Estimating atrazine leaching in the Midwest

      Journal of the american water resources association
    80. Rudra, RP; Dickinson, WT; Abedini, MJ; Wall, GJ
      A multi-tier approach for agricultural watershed management

      Journal of the american water resources association
    81. Duke, LD; Lo, TS; Turner, MW
      Chemical constituents in storm flow vs. dry weather discharges in California storm water conveyances

      Journal of the american water resources association
    82. Toetz, D; Tang, LT; Storm, DE; Mihuc, T; Smolen, MD
      Assessment of predictors for stream eutrophication potential

      Journal of the american water resources association
    83. Mendez, A; Dillaha, TA; Mostaghimi, S
      Sediment and nitrogen transport in grass filter strips

      Journal of the american water resources association
    84. Kratzer, CR
      Transport of sediment-bound organochlorine pesticides to the San Joaquin River, California

      Journal of the american water resources association
    85. Letey, J
      Science and policy in integrated watershed management: A case study

      Journal of the american water resources association
    86. Cobourn, J
      Integrated watershed management on the Truckee River in Nevada

      Journal of the american water resources association
    87. Ballweber, JA
      A critique of watershed management efforts in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Plain

      Journal of the american water resources association
    88. Boyer, DG; Pasquarell, GC
      Agricultural land use impacts on bacterial water quality in a karst groundwater aquifer

      Journal of the american water resources association
    89. Bryce, SA; Larsen, DP; Hughes, RM; Kaufmann, PR
      Assessing relative risks to aquatic ecosystems: A mid-Appalachian case study

      Journal of the american water resources association
    90. Duke, LD; Coleman, KP; Masek, B
      Widespread failure to comply with US storm water regulations for industry - Part I: Publicly available data to estimate number of potentially regulated facilities

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    91. Duke, LD; Shaver, KA
      Widespread failure to comply with US storm water regulations for industry - Part II: Facility-level evaluations to estimate number of regulated facilities

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    92. DeVuyst, EA; Ipe, V
      A group incentive contract to promote adoption of best management practices

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS
    93. Lintner, AM; Weersink, A
      Endogenous transport coefficients: Implications for improving water quality from multi-contaminants in an agricultural watershed

      ENVIRONMENTAL & RESOURCE ECONOMICS
    94. Ducci, D
      GIS techniques for mapping groundwater contamination risk

      NATURAL HAZARDS
    95. Rein, FA
      An economic analysis of vegetative buffer strip implementation - Case study: Elkhorn Slough, Monterey Bay, California

      COASTAL MANAGEMENT
    96. Tucker, KA; Burton, GA
      Assessment of nonpoint-source runoff in a stream using in situ and laboratory approaches

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    97. Sharpley, AN; Gburek, WJ; Folmar, G; Pionke, HB
      Sources of phosphorus exported from an agricultural watershed in Pennsylvania

      AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT
    98. Basnyat, P; Teeter, LD; Flynn, KM; Lockaby, BG
      Relationships between landscape characteristics and nonpoint source pollution inputs to coastal estuaries

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    99. Der, AT
      Balancing stream and wetland preservation with nonpoint source pollution management: A case study

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    100. Ichiki, A; Yamada, K
      Study on characteristics of pollutant runoff into Lake Biwa, Japan

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


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