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- Integrated assessment modeling reveals near-channel management as cost-effective to improve water quality in agricultural watersheds -(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hansen, A.T., Campbell, T., Cho, S., Czuba, J.A., Dalzell, B.J., Dolph, C.L., Hawthorne, P.L., Rabotyagov, S., Lang, Z., Kumarasamy, K., Belmont, P., Finlay, J.C., Foufoula, E., Gran, K.B., Kling, C., Wilcock, P. 2021. Integrated assessment modeling reveals near-channel management as cost-effective to improve water quality in agricultural watersheds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 118(28). Article e2024912118. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2024912118.
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