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Saturated Buffers in Northwest Ohio

Saturated Buffers in Northwest Ohio: Reducing Drainage Water Volume for Improved Water Quality   A saturated buffer is an innovative conservation…


Reducing Nutrient and Sediment Loss: Part 4

Research shows that phosphorus is leaving the farm via water, through both surface and subsurface runoff. Implementing practices that slow, stop and/o…


Potential for Saturated Buffers in Northwest Ohio to Remediate Nutrients from Agricultural Runoff

In this study, a saturated buffer ~500 m in length located in the western basin of the Lake Erie watershed was evaluated for its potential to reduce e…


Saturated Buffer Conservation

Dr. Stephen Jacquemin of Wright State University introduces Saturated Buffer research in Ohio. There are only a few dozen Saturated Buffers across the…


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