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Pollutants balance of a paddy field area and its loadings in the water system, - studies on pollution loadings from a paddy field area (II)



Pollutants balance of a paddy field area and its loadings in the water system, - studies on pollution loadings from a paddy field area (II)



Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 153): 63-72



Water qualities from a paddy field were monitored during two irrigation periods and one non-irrigated period.

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