Fertiliser application, slope, rainfall intensity and transport pathways strongly affect quantitites and composition of dissolved organic nutrient exports from grazed grasslands

C2 - Non-edited contributions to conferences

McTiernan, K. B., Jarvis, S. C., Scholefield, D. and Hayes, M. H. B. 1999. Fertiliser application, slope, rainfall intensity and transport pathways strongly affect quantitites and composition of dissolved organic nutrient exports from grazed grasslands. Sustainable Management of Soil Organic Matter. Proceedings 27th Meeting of the British Society of Soil Science, Edinburgh, 15-17 September 1999.

AuthorsMcTiernan, K. B., Jarvis, S. C., Scholefield, D. and Hayes, M. H. B.
TypeC2 - Non-edited contributions to conferences
Year of Publication1999
Funder project or code1
Project: 2430 6724

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