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View Resource New Information on the Long-Term Fate of Ammonium in Ground Water

The ammonium (NH4+) dissolved in ground water in the center of a contaminant plume on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has persisted for decades after it entered the subsurface, while other forms of nitrogen...

http://toxics.usgs.gov/highlights/nh4_gw/
View Resource Environmental Fate and Transport of Arsenical Feed Amendments for Animal Agriculture

Managing waste from animal agriculture is not a new issue, but recent trends to condense livestock into intensive animal feeding operations (AFOs), combined with new chemicals and pharmaceuticals...

http://va.water.usgs.gov/GLOBAL/Abst/hancock_agu_2000.htm
View Resource Origin, Fate, and Transport of Organic Compounds in Surface and Ground Waters and Their Effect on Water Quality

There is a general lack of knowledge of fundamental processes governing the fate and transport of anthropogenic organic compounds in surface and ground waters. Interactions of organic contaminants...

http://water.usgs.gov/nrp/proj.bib/pereira.html
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for Iowa Used Oil Filters

In the past, the majority of used oil filters were disposed of in landfills. Today, millions of filters are being recycled. Oil filters are usually made from paper, metal and rubber. Used oil filters...

http://www.ecarcenter.org/ia/ia-usedfil.htm
View Resource Basic On-Farm Composting Manual

Because farming itself involves the efficient management of a variety of natural processes, in many ways, composting is a natural fit for the farmer. Composting is the efficient management of the...

http://www.cwc.org/wood/wd973rpt.pdf
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