Demonstration of Best Management Practices for the Protection and Improvement of the Soil and Water Resources in the Arkansas Delta
Arkansas, stream quality, biological monitoring, sustainable resource management
This report is the compilation of a multi~year project that was directed at identifying the impact and possible mitigation solutions of non-point pollution from row crop agriculture in a watershed in the Arkansas Delta. The first part of the project involved an inventory of the condition of the major streams that make up the study watershed. The remainder of the project was focused at demonstrating and reporting best management nutrient and sediment runoff control practices (BMP) that could be implemented. The final assessment of the demonstration work is a GIS analysis that provides an overview of the effectiveness of these BMP control measures based on the conditions of the study watershed.
Henslee, M. A.; Baker, W. H.; Carroll, S. D.; Farris, J. L.; Davis, S. D.; Milam, C. D.; and Pierce, J. L.. 2001. Demonstration of Best Management Practices for the Protection and Improvement of the Soil and Water Resources in the Arkansas Delta. Arkansas Water Resources Center, Fayetteville, AR. MSC289. 24
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