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Construction of disturbed and intact soil blocks to develop percolating soil based treatment systems for dirty water from dairy farms

Construction of disturbed and intact soil blocks to develop percolating soil based treatment systems for dirty water from dairy farms

Environmental Technology 23(3): 331-343

ISSN/ISBN: 0959-3330

PMID: 11999995

DOI: 10.1080/09593332508618413

Intact soil blocks with a surface area of 1.8x1.6 m, 1.0 m deep, were excavated in a coarse sandy loam. The sides of the soil blocks were supported with plywood before using hydraulic rams to force a steel cutting plate beneath them. Disturbed soil blocks of the same depth as the intact blocks were also established.

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