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Pollution potential of cattle feedlots and manure storages in the Canadian Great Lakes Basin: Part I - Runoff characteristics and pollution potential and Part II - Groundwater contamination from an unpaved feedlot

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Title: Pollution potential of cattle feedlots and manure storages in the Canadian Great Lakes Basin: Part I - Runoff characteristics and pollution potential and Part II - Groundwater contamination from an unpaved feedlot
Author: Coote, D. R.; Hore, F. R.
Abstract: This report covers the period from the fall of 1973 to the summer of 1977 during which time a variety of research and monitoring activities were taking place under the auspices of the I.J.C. Pollution from Land Use Activities Reference Group (PLUARG), Task C, Agricultural Watershed Studies. Two distinct studies were undertaken on the topic of the environmental impact of feedlots and manure storages. They were carried out consecutively, the first was concerned with surface water, the second with groundwater. The reports of these two studies are presented in this volume as two separate sections. Only the discussion of implications for remedial measures and the list of references are common to the two studies, and these appear at the end of the document.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/14506
Date: 1978
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