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The use of GIS for nitrogen management planning in Wisconsin

, : The use of GIS for nitrogen management planning in Wisconsin. Progress in rural policy and planning: volume 2 2: 5-16

The application of geographical information systems (GIS) to NO3- pollution in a 18.4 kmsuperscript 2 Vermont to Halfway Prairie Creek subwatershed of the Black Earth Creek watershed in Dane County, Wisconsin, USA is described. The Black Earth Creek is one of the best trout streams in the mid-west, but has suffered from pollution recently. Twenty-two maize farmers on twenty-eight farms were interviewed on fertilizer management and 44 wells tested for NO3-, Cl and electrical conductivity.

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