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Mapping of Subsurface Drainage in Agricultural Areas Using a Stepped-Frequency Ground Penetrating Radar

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- More than 50% of the agricultural area in Denmark is assumed to be artificially drained.
- The leaching of nutrients through artificial drainage systems poses a potential eutrophication risk to the aquatic environment.
- To install new drain lines, it is essential to know the location of the existing subsurface drainage system.
- Traditional methods for drainage mapping such as tile prob-ing and trenching equipment are invasive and labor intensive.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelsesår5 jun. 2019
StatusUdgivet - 5 jun. 2019
BegivenhedAnnual meeting of the Agricultural Drainage Management Systems (ADMS) Task Force and the North Central Extension and Research Activity - 217 (NCERA-217), Drainage Design and Management Practices to Improve Water Quality - Moorhead, Minnesota, USA
Varighed: 4 jun. 20197 jun. 2019
https://transformingdrainage.org/resources/adms-task-force/2019-annual-meeting/

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KonferenceAnnual meeting of the Agricultural Drainage Management Systems (ADMS) Task Force and the North Central Extension and Research Activity - 217 (NCERA-217), Drainage Design and Management Practices to Improve Water Quality
LokationMoorhead
LandUSA
ByMinnesota
Periode04/06/201907/06/2019
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