water treatment residuals, shallow aquifers, flow concentration relations, aluminum sulfate applications, poultry litter, phosphorous loads, domestic wastewater treatment systems impact, nutrient trends, rice pesticides, spaleoecology
Arkansas is fortunate to have outstanding water resources, especially in terms of water quality. However, this is not to say that there are no problems. The Arkansas Water Resources Center (AWRC) in cooperation with other state and federal agencies is characterizing our water resources and providing data important to the wise use of these resources. One wise use of our water resources is to mitigate the impact of non-point sources of pollution on water quality through the use of best management practices. These proceedings address not only the characterization of the quality of ground and surface water but also address best management practices that will protect the quality of these waters. These are the types of information that agencies and citizens need to best manage and protect our water resources.
Steele, Kenneth F.. 1998. Quality of Surface and Ground Water and Best Management Practices. Arkansas Water Resources Center, Fayetteville, AR. MSC270. 56
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