Edited By: RW Skaggs and J Schilfgaarde
1328 pages, Illus, figs, tabs, maps
Our ability to describe drainage systems has improved with the continued evolution of drainage theory and with the improvement of simulation models that project the performance of drainage systems, including effects of design on yields and profits. This monograph is also a guide to formulating water management policies while considering the interrelations between drainage and other natural components, such as wetlands, wildlife, streams, flood plains, nutrient management, and hypoxia.
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