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RECORD NUMBER: 1104 OF 1214
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||The Maumee River basin pilot watershed study /|
|Author||Logan, Terry J.|
|CORP Author||Ohio State Univ. Research Foundation, Columbus.;Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, IL. Great Lakes National Program Office.|
|Publisher||Great Lakes National Program Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region V ; [Available through the National Technical Information Service],|
|Report Number||EPA-905/9-79-005-C; EPA-905/9-79-005-A; EPA-905/9-79-005-B; EPA-905/9-91-008A; EPA-905/9-91-008B; EPA-R-005145-01|
|Subjects||Water quality management--Ohio. ; Water--Pollution--Ohio.|
|Additional Subjects||Runoff ; Sediment transport ; Water pollution ; Monitoring ; Suspended sediments ; Phosphorus ; Adsorption ; Clay minerals ; Particle size ; Dispersing ; Calcite ; Metals ; Pesticides ; Farms ; Maumee River Basin ; Ohio ; Reprints ; Agricultural watersheds|
|Collation||5 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm|
Losses of nutrients and sediments from agricultural land were monitored during 1975-1977 in the Maumee River Basin, Ohio. Special studies were made on sediment mineralogy and chemistry and on sediment, pesticide, and metal sediment transport. Suspended sediments were higher in total-P (phosphorus) and labile-P than soils or stream-bottom sediments. Sediments are enriched in P during erosion and transport because of preferential transport of clay which is higher total P than the whole soil. Preferential clay transport changed sediment mineralogy from its original soil mineralogy. Heavy metal concentrations were low and indicated that groundwater and eroded soil were the major source.
Monitoring. "Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center." Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche. "May 1981." Description based on v. III.
v. I. Watershed characteristics and pollutant loadings, Defiance area, Ohio -- v. II. Watershed study sediment phosphates and heavy metal transport, Defiance area, Ohio -- v. III. Continued watershed monitoring (1978-80) -- v. iv. Continued watershed monitoring (1981-1985) and rainulator study -- v. v. Continued watershed monitoring (1981-1985) and rainulator study -- detailed data (1986).