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Environments, Volume 5, Issue 1 (January 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Soil erosion is ranked high in tests of sediment sources, pollutants attached to sediment, and [...] Read more. Soil erosion is ranked high in tests of sediment sources, pollutants attached to sediment, and pollutants in the solution in surface water. In order to protect surface water resources and optimize their use, soil and nutrient losses from agricultural nonpoint source runoff must be predicted, controlled and minimized using mathematical models. Improved prediction of small water reservoirs’ sediment quantity and quality is necessary, especially with regard to the utilization or application of dredged sediment from water reservoirs. View the paper here.