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HYDROLOGIC CONTROLS ON NITROGEN CYCLING AND NITRATE TRANSPORT THROUGH THE VADOSE ZONE OF A SUBSURFACE ARTIFICIALLY-DRAINED DRYLAND AGROECOSYSTEM IN THE PALOUSE BASIN OF EASTERN WASHINGTON
Advances in the application of stable isotopes to address environmental issues have led to new understandings of biogeochemical cycles for both natural and agricultural systems. Of particular concern, is understanding ...
DYNAMIC SIMULATION FOR INTEGRATED WATER AND ENERGY RESOURCE PLANNING
There are few resources as critical to human productivity as clean, accessible water and abundant, inexpensive energy. As the human race continues to evolve and struggle with its role on Planet Earth, cautious and effective ...