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The effects of manure spreading and acid deposition upon groundwater quality at Vierlingsbeek, the Netherlands


, : The effects of manure spreading and acid deposition upon groundwater quality at Vierlingsbeek, the Netherlands. IAHS Publication ( 185): 155-162

Data on the chemical composition of groundwater in the Vierlingsbeek well field are presented. Huge quantities of manure are produced in this region, which is mainly spread on land growing silage maize, which also receives N fertilizer. Concn of chloride, nitrate and sulfate in shallow groundwater showed a clear increase in the order wood, pasture, arable land, silage maize. Acidity increased in the order arable land, maize, pasture, wood.

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