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Delineation of critical management areas at plot, field, and watershed scales for claypan soils
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
and water quality and given rise to non-point source pollutants. The claypan soil region of Missouri has a high runoff potential that increases the possibility of transport of non-point source pollutants to downstream sites. The Agricultural Policy...
Impacts of municipal wastewater effluent on seed banks, chemistry, and microorganisms of soils excavated from wetland impoundments designated for wildlife
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
To evaluate the effects of municipal wastewater effluent (WWE) and Missouri River water (MOR) as irrigation sources on soil chemistry, seed banks, and microorganisms, a field study was conducted in conjunction with a set of greenhouse studies...
Methods for high-resolution soil-landscape modeling in midwest upland landscapes
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
. These methods were tested in the upland landscapes of northern Missouri. Sensors, especially DRS, successfully estimated profile clay and organic carbon. Peak functions were valuable for modeling profile clay content and covariates of clay. Coherent depth...
Playa wetland plant and soil response to predicted climate and land use change in the southern Great Plains
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
. The research included fourexperiments with various temperature, hydroperiod, and nitrogen treatments to simulate climate and land use change projections. In the first study,atemperature-controlled growth chamber experiment was used to evaluate treatment effects...