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Presentations

Wendland, Frank

Assessment of Pesticide Leaching to Groundwater in Germany: Comparison of Indicator and Metamodel Approaches
C.3-1

Boesten, Jos

Development of the FOCUS Groundwater Scenarios for the Assessment of the Leaching of Plant Protection Products in EU Registration
C.3-2

Loague, Keith

Groundwater Vulnerability Assessments for the San Joaquin Valley
C.3-3

Stackelberg, Paul E.

Regression Model for Predicting the Concentration of Atrazine Residues in Shallow Agricultural Groundwater across the Conterminous United States
C.3-4

Hinsby, Klaus

Groundwater Chemical Status in Denmark Based on Environmental Objectives for Ecosystems and European Water Directives and Guidelines
C.4-1

Carle, Steve

Denitrification at a Dairy Site Supported by Gas-Liquid Phase Modeling of Tritium/Helium-3 Groundwater Age
C.4-2

Green, Christopher

Trends in Nitrate Concentrations in Agricultural Areas of the United States: Implications for Aquifers and Streams
C.4-3

Acutis, Marco

Cropping System Model for Integrated Evaluation of Agricultural Activities
C.4-4

Chapelle, Frank

Bioavailability of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Ambient Redox Processes in Groundwater associated with Agricultural Land Use
C.5-1

Ryan, Cathy

Can Groundwater Protection and Agricultural Production Co-exist over Vulnerable Aquifers?
C.5-2

Nolan, Tom

Modeling Agricultural Impacts on Groundwater at Contrasting Spatial Scales
C.5-3

Robertson, William D.

In-stream Bioreactor for Agricultural Nitrate Treatment
C.5-4

Esser, Brad

Denitrification and Nitrate Transport in Groundwater Underlying Large Dairy Operations in California?s Central Valley
C.6-1

Rudolph, David L.

Quantifying the Performance of Regional Scale Reductions in Nutrient Applications for Source Water Protection through Vadose Zone Monitoring
C.6-2

Fraters, Dico

Relationship between Nitrogen Surpluses and Nitrate Leaching on Sandy Soils
C.6-3

Frey, Steven K.

Assessing Potential Nutrient Losses in Tile Drained, Macroporous Soils over an Annual Cycle through Conservative Tracer Tracking
C.6-4

Hedden-Nicely, Dylan R.

New Developments for Conjunctive Management in Idaho: Why Our Expanding Understanding of Science Should Expand How We Address the Doctrine Against Waste in Idaho Water Right Transfers
D.8-1

Mun, Yuri

Identification and Quantification of Nitrate Transport in Agricultural Areas
D.8-2

Dogrul, Emin C.

Modeling Crop Water Demand and Root Zone Flow Processes at Regional Scales in the Context of Integrated Hydrology
D.8-3

Green, Chris

Assessing and Forecasting Nitrate Fluxes in Agricultural Aquifers
D.8-4

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