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Supplemental information for "Can Woodchip Bioreactors Be Used at a Catchment Scale? Nitrate Performance and Sediment Considerations"

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posted on 2023-04-06, 00:39 authored by Gary Feyereisen, Ehsan Ghane, Todd Schumacher, Brent Dalzell, Mark Williams

  

This file contains supplementary information referenced in the Journal of the ASABE peer-reviewed article “Can woodchip bioreactors be used at a catchment scale? Nitrate performance and sediment considerations.” The information is of three general types: Written method, tables, and figures. The first page consists of text and equations describing the methods used to determine V-notch weir discharge in the article. Pages 2 through 13 contain ten tables of detailed data documenting duration of flow events, discharge, hydraulic residence time, nitrate-N removal rate, water temperature, nutrient loads, and woodchip ash and sediment contents. Pages 14 through 21 contain seven figures; four figures contain photographs from the experimental site, two are data graphs, and one is a diagram showing the location of woodchip sampling.

Funding

USDA-ARS Soil and Water Management Research Unit, St. Paul, Minnesota

Minnesota Corn Research and Promotion Council

Faribault County Drainage Authority and Soil and Water Conservation District

Minnesota Department of Agriculture (in-kind)

History

Manuscript Title

Can Woodchip Bioreactors Be Used at a Catchment Scale? Nitrate Performance and Sediment Considerations

Manuscript ID

NRES-15496-2022

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