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Transport in Nutrient and Contaminant Transfer

Author / Editor: M. Stone
Publication Number: 263
ISBN Number: 978-1-901502-21-3
Year: 2000
Pages: 307

Price: £15.00

This publication comprises the proceedings of the International Symposium on The Role of Erosion and Sediment Transport in Nutrient and Contaminant Transfer held at Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, in July 2000. Increasing awareness of the effects of sediment-associated chemical transfer on water quality and ecosystem health has raised concern for the sus­tainable use of water resources worldwide. Consequently, there is global concern for the conveyance of sediment-associated nutrients and contaminants across eroding land surfaces and into receiving waters. The rates and magnitudes of nutrient and contaminant transfer vary in space and time according to the nature of erosion processes, sediment sources as well as conveyance and in-stream processes. Knowledge regarding the spatial and temporal variation of sediment sources as well as sediment properties and environmental factors affecting transport processes is re­quired to model sediment-associated nutrient and con­taminant transfer. Such information is necessary to plan and manage the sustainable use of water resources.

This volume contains 34 papers spread over five topics:

Variability in nutrient, contaminant and sediment transfer
Terrestrial transfer processes
Suspended sediment characteristics and transport processes 
Sinks and sources of nutrients and contaminants
Modelling nutrient and contaminant transfer

The symposium contributed to UNESCO IHP-V Project 2.1 Vegetation, Land Use and Erosion

Contents for Transport in Nutrient and Contaminant Transfer

Title Pages File
Waterloo Symposium, 2000, The Role of Erosion and Sediment Transport in Nutrient and Contaminant Transfer
M. Stone, editor
   
Preface
Stone, M.
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NASQAN*: the design and implementation of a large-river suspended sediment and trace element flux programme
Horowitz, A.J.
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Determining variations in sediment yield in large river basins: an example of the Upper Yangtze
Higgitt, D.L. Lu, X.
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Sensitivity analysis in sediment yield modelling
Tattari, S. Barlund, I.
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Temporal and spatial patterns of suspended sediment yields for selected rivers in the eastern United States: implications for nutrient and contaminant transfer
Conrad, C. Saunderson, H.
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Post-fallout redistribution of Chernobyl-derived caesium-137 in small catchments within the Lokna river basin, Russia
Golosov, V., Walling, D.E. Panin, A.
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The use of phosphorus as a tracer in erosion/sedimentation studies
Steegen, A., Govers, G., Beuselinck, L., van Oost, K., Quine, T.A. Rombaut, A.
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Soil erosion and sediment delivery through buffer zones in Danish slope units
Kronvang, B., Laubel, A.R., Larsen, S.E., Iversen, H.L. Hansen, B.
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Bank erosion as a source of sediment and phosphorus delivery to small Danish streams
Laubel, A.R., Kronvang, B., Larsen, S.E., Pedersen, M.L. Svendsen, L.M.
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The effectiveness of grass strips for the control of sediment and associated pollutant transport in runoff
Ghadiri, H., Hogarth, B. Rose, C.
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Nitrogen runoff in a potato-dominated watershed area of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Edwards, L., Burney, J., Brimacombe, M. MacRae, A.
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Impact of soil aggregates on the size selectivity of the sediment deposition process
Beuselinck, L., Govers, G., Steegen, A. Poesen, J.
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Nitrogen and phosphorus transfer in soil erosion processes
Mihara, M. Ueno, T.
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Appraisal of a simple sampling device for collecting time-integrated fluvial suspended sediment samples
Russell, M.A., Walling, D.E. Hodgkinson, R.A.
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Effective particle size characteristics of fluvial suspended sediment transported by lowland British rivers
Walling, D.E. Woodward, J.C.
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The influence of floc size, density and porosity on sediment and contaminant transport
Droppo, I.G., Walling, D.E. Ongley, E.D.
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Some observations on total carbon and nitrogen in suspended matter in the Kam Tin River, Hong Kong
Peart, M.R.
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Distribution of dioxins and furans in size-fractionated suspended solids in Canagagigue Creek, Elmira, Ontario
Stone, M. Haight, M.
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Pollutant sources and transport patterns during natural and artificial flood events in the Olewiger Bach and Kartelbornsbach basins, Germany
Krein, A. Symader, W.
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Time series analysis of chemistry in bottom sediments of the Kartelbornsbach, Germany
Symader, W. Bierl, R.
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Trace element chemistry of surficial fine-grained laminae in the South Saskatchewan River, Canada
Levesque, L.M.J. De Boer, D.H.
183-190 PDF Icon
Integrated river management of a small Flemish river catchment
Huygens, M., Verhoeven, R. De Sutter, R.
191-199 PDF Icon
Observations on sediment chemistry of the Slave River Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada
Milburn, D., Stone, M., English, M. Prowse, T.
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River flood plains as phosphorus sinks
Walling, D.E., He, Q. Blake, W.H.
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Spatial and temporal variability of the chromium content of suspended and flood-plain sediment in the River Aire, Yorkshire, UK
Carton, J., Walling, D.E., Owens, P.N. Leeks, G.J.L.
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Flood-plain sedimentation in a dryland river: the River Murray, Australia
Thoms, M.C., Foster, J.M. Gawne, B.
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Physical, chemical and rheological characteristics of bottom sediments in reservoirs and fish ponds, Poland
Madeyski, M. Bednarczyk, T.
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Assessment of sediment-fixed nutrient export from small drainage basins in central Belgium using retention ponds
Verstraeten, G. Poesen, J.
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Soil-sediment nutrient transport dynamics in a Himalayan watershed
Schreier, H., Brown, S. Shah, P.B.
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Transport of sediment mixtures
De Sutter, R., Huygens, M. Verhoeven, R.
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Modelling cohesive sediment transport in rivers
Krishnappan, B.G.
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Assessment of spatial redistribution of Chernobyl-derived radiocaesium within catchments using GIS-embedded models
Van der Perk, M., Jetten, V.G., Karssenberg, D., He, Q., Walling, D.E., Laptev, G.V., Voit
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Modelling phosphorus transport processes in a small southern German rural catchment
Scherer, U.
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Assessing in-stream erosion and contaminant transport using the end-member mixing analysis (EMMA)
Haag, I., Kern, U. Westrich, B.
293-300 PDF Icon
Estimating the yields of sediments and sediment-bound heavy metals using the EROSION 3D simulation model
Schmidt, J. von Werner, M.
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