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Advances in Agronomy remains to be famous as a number one reference and a main resource for the newest study in agronomy. As continually, the themes coated are assorted and exemplary of the myriad of subject material handled by means of this long-running serial. * keeps the top influence issue between serial guides in agriculture * provides well timed reports on very important agronomy concerns * Enjoys a long-standing attractiveness for excellence within the box
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Believed to accelerate the transport of associated contaminants, a number of studies have examined cotransport of contaminants and nutrients with DOM (Section 6). , 2000; Marschner and Kalbitz, 2003). For example, Kaiser et al. (1996) examined the processes governing DOM adsorption to porous media that may affect the cotransport of contaminants. Column displacement experiments of DOM through aquifer sediments were modeled with convective–dispersive equation, which considered time-dependent adsorption reactions and linear or nonlinear adsorption processes.
In large catchments it may be difficult to distinguish any single dominant process or factor affecting dissolved nutrient loss. For example, in a survey of major European rivers, Mattsson et al.
2003). For example, addition of liming materials such as calcium carbonate (CaCO3), dolomite (CaMg(CO3)2), and magnesium carbonate (MgCO3) increased mineralization and the leaching of DOM and accumulated sulfur with decreasing Ca2þ concentration in the lime (Valeur et al. 2000). In addition to the mobilization of dissolved organic N and P via direct input, Kaiser et al. , hydrophobic and hydrophilic fractions) can affect mobility in soil. ) forest has most of the DON and DOP concentrated in the 42 Nanthi S.