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PDF files of ORAL and POSTER presentations during conference (sequential)

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Abstract number–1 Nitrate leaching and nitrous oxide emissions from sloping cropland in the Sichuan Basin, China

Abstract number–5 Use of water table management and water recycling system to reduce the negative impacts of climate change on field crop production and water quality

Abstract number–7 Estimation of water quality characteristics at ungauged sites using ensemble artificial neural networks in the canonical correlation physiographic space (EANN-CCA)

Abstract number–8 Effectiveness of organic and inorganic fertilizers on water quality and crop production under free drainage and water table control systems

Abstract number–10 The potential of agricultural land use buffers to reduce nitrogen loading to drinking water aquifers

Abstract number–15 Regional analysis of groundwater nitrate concentrations and trends in Denmark with focus on agricultural pressure
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Abstract number–17 Quantifying the effectiveness of a catchment-scale, ecosystem management approach to deliver water quality improvements

Abstract number–19 Off-site transport of pesticides in Mt Lofty Ranges, South Australia, Australia: Relation to hydrological events

Abstract number–20 How protection zones and land management restored nitrate contaminated groundwater on the Island of Tunø, Denmark

Abstract number–21 Testing the pressure-specific index (PSI) as a tool for determining ecologically relevant water quality sedimentation targets

Abstract number–23 Impacts of historically changed land use on the water quality of the two Mediterranean rivers in Slovenia
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Abstract number–25 Integrated, process-based, spatially explicit modelling of the effects of water resources management
Abstract number–27 Costs and characteristics of long term agreements for the provision of ecosystem services by land managers

Abstract number–28 How to do catchment management for control of land use based water pollution

Abstract number–29 Background nitrogen concentrations in fresh waters in Denmark

Abstract number–30 2050 – What are the potential future risks to water quality in Scotland from climate and land use change?
Abstract number–31 National scale modelling to assess the effects of changing agricultural land use and weather variability on diffuse nitrate pollution
Abstract number–32 Nitrogen responses in groundwater, surface water and air following nitrate action plans in the Netherlands and Denmark
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Abstract number–33 A national scale monitoring network for nutrients in agriculture dominated headwaters in the Netherlands
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Abstract number–34 Modelling catchment scale effectiveness of a suite of diffuse pollution mitigation measures on water quality

Abstract number–40 Estimation of time lag in groundwater and surface water N response in regard to N reduction in agriculture in selected estuary catchments of Denmark
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Abstract number–41 Nitrate and drinking water in California agricultural regions: Assessment and solutions

Abstract number–42 A historic perspective on current challenges to regulate groundwater pollution from nonpoint sources in California
Abstract number–43 Spatially distributed stochastic modelling of nonpoint source pollutants in groundwater
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Abstract number–45 Simulating inorganic nitrogen leaching at an heterogeneous agricultural nested mesoscale catchment in central Germany

Abstract number–46 Background phosphorus concentrations in Danish groundwater and surface water bodies
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Abstract number–48 The Danish site-specific groundwater protection strategy
Abstract number–50 Assessment of the use of filter fences for erosion control in the aftermath of potatoes on sloping land in Eastern Scotland    4

Abstract number–51 Effect of irrigation pumping on groundwater quality in a large scale flow system
Abstract number–54 Modelling and management of nitrate inputs into groundwater and surface water in the Federal State of Schleswig-Holstein

Abstract number–56 Waste waters and sweet sorghum productivity in Mediterranean Europe

Abstract number–57 Differentiation of pedo-climatic zones in Europe to indicate the risks of nutrient leaching and runoff

Abstract number–58 Underpinning the nutrient management policy in the Netherlands
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Abstract number–59 The impact of the Nitrates Directive on nitrogen emissions from agriculture in the EU-27 during 2000-2008   

Abstract number–60 Nitrate mapping for root zone leaching in the Netherlands

Abstract number–64 Effect of reclaimed water irrigation on yield attributes and chemical composition of wheat (Triticum austivum L.), cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) and maize (Zea mays L.) plants in Oman

Abstract number–65 Influence of emission reduction policy on rainwater and groundwater quality during the 1988-2011 period in the Netherlands

Abstract number–68 Application of an indicator test for urban wastewater influence
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Abstract number–69 Irrigation-induced pollution assessed in a Mediterranean irrigation district: Nitrate

Abstract number–70 Testing integrated diffuse pollution mitigation measures for arable cropping, livestock, dairy and other farming systems: The Demonstration Test Catchment platform
Abstract number–72 Modelling agricultural strategies to protect groundwater resources in the Hesbaye aquifer (Belgium)
Abstract number–78 Point-source contamination of Western Bug River water sources with pesticides
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Abstract number–79 Tracking nitrogen leaching with 15N-labelled fertiliser from vegetable field to shallow aquifer
Abstract number–80 Analysis of nutrient intakes and concentrations and measures for water quality management under the Water Framework Directive in the Weser river basin

Abstract number–81 Monitoring of manuring in the Netherlands

Abstract number–83 Tracing agricultural nutrient losses: From field-scale concentration patterns in groundwater to catchment-scale surface water quality

Abstract number–84 Dynamics in surface water solute concentrations and consequences for water quality monitoring

Abstract number–85 Influence of intensive agriculture on groundwater quality in Ukraine

Abstract number–87 Development and application of a 1D-model to describe the complex interactions between soil evolution, plant production and reactive transport
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Abstract number–89 Land use management: A dryland salinity mitigation measure (Western Cape, South Africa)

Abstract number–91 A conceptual model to evaluate remediation measures at the river basin scale

Abstract number–92 Agricultural environmental monitoring in Norway

Abstract number–93 Amount, composition and seasonality of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen export from agriculture in contrasting climates
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Abstract number–95 Opportunities and constraints for farmers participating in a nutrient trading programme in the Chesapeake watershed

Abstract number–99 The situation of groundwater quality and its availability for agriculture in Yemen
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Abstract number–100 Agricultural nitrogen balance surplus at regional and local scale: A case study of Emilia-Romagna

Abstract number–101 Adaptive management approaches for enhanced nutrient use efficiency of dairy farms; New York State example

Abstract number–103 Time series modelling of monthly salt and nitrate loads in irrigation return flows in the semiarid Mediterranean landscapes of Turkey

Abstract number–105 Quantification of the municipal and agricultural diffuse phosphorus load based on long term watershed model of River Zala, Hungary
Abstract number–106 Dynamic modelling and source appointment of dissolved inorganic phosphorus export by world rivers

Abstract number–108 Increasing nitrogen contamination? What trend analysis would not tell you
Abstract number–111 Experience in building and application of an expert system for agricultural nitrogen management at regional level

Abstract number–112 Reducing agricultural emissions to protect vulnerable drinking water abstraction in Overijssel, the Netherlands
Abstract number–113 Soil and water quality effects of buffer strips in Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands
Abstract number–115 ArcNEMO, a new spatially distributed nutrient emission model to quantify N and P losses from agriculture to surface waters

Abstract number–116 Monitoring plant protection substances with passive sampling
Abstract number–117 A decade of implementation: Using the Phosphorus Site Index to assess risk of phosphorus losses from agricultural landscapes
Abstract number–118 Evolution of soil mineral nitrogen under different catch crops fertilized with pig slurry after harvest of winter cereals in northern Belgium

Abstract number–120 Understanding and quantifying denitrification in shallow groundwater

Abstract number–121 Estimation of catchment scale groundwater and nitrate fluxes using stream flow and chemistry data from a lowland pastoral dairying catchment

Abstract number–122 Impacts on water quality after implementation of irrigation in Lerma Basin (Spain)

Abstract number–123 The effects of oil palm plantation establishment on nitrogen cycling in the tropical lowland soils of Malaysian Borneo
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Abstract number–126 A transdisciplinary approach to cost-effectiveness and disproportionality in the implementation of the Water Framework Directive at the sub-catchment level
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Abstract number–127 Catchment Sensitive Farming: Partnership approach to improving water quality

Abstract number–128 Effect of land-use systems on surface water quality for nutrients and heavy metals in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam
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Abstract number–129 The influence of agricultural drainage system on groundwater chemistry (Tursko well field, Poland)
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Abstract number–130 Linking land-use to catchment sediment fluxes and yields in small agricultural catchments
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Abstract number–132 Impact of the application of nitrogen from livestock manure on water quality: Derogation in Flemish agriculture

Abstract number–133 Impact of agricultural practices on surface water quality: A case study in the problem area of the Horstgaterbeek in North Limburg, Flanders

Abstract number–134 Farming for water quality: Managing long-term nitrate pollution in UK river basins
Abstract number–135 Catchment-scale nitrogen balance derived from a 25-year nitrate record of an agricultural stream

Abstract number–137 Research on the groundwater quality and the contamination characteristics in the Hutuo River plain area, China

Abstract number–138 Prediction of nitrate concentrations and nutrient loads on surface waters for the permissible fertilization rates of the Fourth Nitrates Action Programme and reduced rates in the Netherlands
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Abstract number–139 Mitigation measures to reduce phosphorus losses from agricultural areas in Norway

Abstract number–140 Performance assessment of nitrate leaching models for highly vulnerable soils used for low input farming based on lysimeter data
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Abstract number–141 Quantifying climate change impacts on runoff of zoonotic pathogens from land
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Abstract number–142 Developing agricultural management practices to protect water quality in the cold dry climate of the Canadian Prairies
Abstract number–143 Promoting groundwater-friendly agricultural land-use policy – Relevance of EU experience to a hungry world

Abstract number–144 Assessment of the impact of climate change on the stocks and fluxes of toxicants and pathogens at the river basin scale

Abstract number–145 Relationship with possible pollution sources through limnological studies for bathing in the Marta’s Waterfall Municipal Natural Park (Botucatu, Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Abstract number–146 Monitoring of actual N-immissions into groundwater in Lower Saxony, Germany by determining excess-N2

Abstract number–147 How to handle data gaps and reproduce veritabel trends in recent nutrient surpluses?

Abstract number–149 Tile drainage monitoring – a useful instrument to assess the effectiveness of agricultural measures to reduce nitrate emissions to surface waters?
Abstract number–150 Assessment of effectiveness of measures to reduce N and P emissions to surface waters in Upper Austria – A catchment scale approach
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Abstract number–151 Eutrophication of inland water and phosphorus source apportionment – Different tools according the Nitrate Directive and Water Framework Directive

Abstract number–154 Consequences of recent energy policy on nutrient fluxes in German Baltic river basins – A scenario analysis
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Abstract number–155 Climate change impact on the river water quality of the Grote Nete catchment

Abstract number–156 Validation of modelled denitrification in selected river catchment areas of northern Germany by direct measurement of denitrification in groundwater
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Abstract number–159 Coupling ANIMO and MT3DMS for 3D regional-scale modelling of nutrient transport in soil and groundwater
Abstract number–160 GIS-based coupling of data on land use, water quality, toxicant exposures and censuses of fish and invertebrate species provides a rich basis for diagnosing the complex causes of local ecological impacts

Abstract number–161 Nutrient retention from agricultural drainage effluents by retention ponds

Abstract number–162 Farmer attitudes towards diffuse pollution mitigation measures in England

Abstract number–163 Application of the phosphorus leaching model PLEASE at the regional scale

Abstract number–164 Long term effects of mining soil phosphorus by zero P application

Abstract number–166 Trend analysis, coping with annual variations in nitrate in upper groundwater on Dutch farms in the Sand region of the Netherlands

Abstract number–167 Influence of stream headwater flow biotopes on within-reach variability in benthic diatom assemblages within the River Eden Demonstration Test Catchment

Abstract number–168 The role of artificial field drainage in the delivery of flow and nutrients to rivers in low permeability catchments

Abstract number–169 A new method to quantify the different diffuse nutrient sources of surface water contamination
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Abstract number–171 Can INCA-P simulate phosphorus concentrations in a diffuse pollution-dominated Scottish catchment?

Abstract number–174 A process-based modelling approach to assess aquifer vulnerability

Abstract number–176 Puridrain – Towards site-specific and cost-effective removal of nutrients from tile drainage

Abstract number–177 Do we understand the interaction of groundwater and surface water at large spatial and temporal scales?
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Abstract number–178 Modelling nutrient loading of Danish marine waters using SWAT
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Abstract number–180 Land use management based upon ecosystem services

Abstract number–182 Stream ecological, chemical and hydromorphological relationships in six headwater agricultural catchments
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Abstract number–184 Iron bags, a measure to reduce nutrient run-off from farmland

Abstract number–186 Soil nitrogen balance in two soils with pig slurry application during fallow period in the Mediterranean climate zone of central Chile

Abstract number–187 Narrow buffer strips as mitigation measure to reduce nitrogen losses from maize fields in central Chile

Abstract number–188 Potential benefits of on-farm mitigation for controlling ecologically- harmful sediment loss to rivers across England and Wales
Abstract number–189 Exploring the usefulness of surface water quality datasets in assessing the effectiveness of Nitrate Vulnerable Zones in Scotland

Abstract number–191 Calibration and validation of a regression model for aquifer vulnerability to nitrate pollution in the Osona Region (NE Spain)

Abstract number–192 Spring hydrology as an indicator of groundwater recharge quality in a nitrate polluted area (Osona Region, NE Spain)

Abstract number–195 Hydrological and biogeochemical controls on phosphorus retention in lowland catchments

Abstract number–196 Can temporary desiccation be applied to improve the chemical and ecological water quality?

Abstract number–197 A mass balance approach to evaluate diffuse pollution mitigation measures in an intensive arable catchment in Eastern England
Abstract number–199 Can monitoring support targeting of measures to high N load catchments?
Abstract number–200 Assessing the risk of significant damage to groundwater dependent terrestrial ecosystems from nutrients

Abstract number–201 Assessing the costs required to comply with the WFD in Emilia Romagna

Abstract number–202 Calculation of nitrate transport and effects of agricultural management scenarios on future nitrate concentrations in Heuvelland, the Netherlands, with the Integral Water and Nitrate model, IwanH
Abstract number–203 Five years of derogation: Water quality on grassland farms in the Netherlands
Abstract number–204 Temporal fluctuations in groundwater quality in the Sand region of the Netherlands
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Abstract number–207 Does reduction of organic matter input reduce crop yield on the long term?

Abstract number–208 Source of sulphate in the process of ‘internal eutrophication’ in surface waters in Dutch peat lands

Abstract number–209 Turning good science into good policy on agriculture, water quality and other objectives: A UK perspective

Abstract number–210 Measure to reduce heavy metal emissions from agriculture to surface waters
Abstract number–211 The River Eden as an example of a UK National Demonstration Test Catchment
Abstract number–213 The impact of climate change on future nitrate concentrations in groundwater: A case study from the UK

Abstract number–219 Development and application of nutrient criteria for streams in agricultural landscapes

Abstract number–223 The UK “nitrate time bomb”

Abstract number–224 Mapping diffuse pollution source areas at the landscape scale: The SCIMAP approach
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Abstract number–227 Nitrate indicator – Instrument for evaluation and prediction of changes of nitrate contents in groundwater

Abstract number–228 Meta-analysis of strategies to control nitrate leaching in irrigated agricultural systems

Abstract number–229 Optimising runoff and erosion control from row crops

Abstract number–230 Modelling spatially distributed groundwater nitrate loading in California’s agricultural-urban heartland, 195-current
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Abstract number–231 Nitrogen in surface water in different scale monitoring networks
Abstract number–232 Water quality and agricultural practices in the Clay region in the Netherlands
Abstract number–233 Transferability of instruments to control agricultural nonpoint pollution: A cross catchment comparison
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Abstract number–234 From general N-regulation to more targeted measures – in Denmark
Abstract number–236 Transport of water, salts and nutrients in the vadose and saturated zone in drained cropland in Dutch polders: A study using time series of 2D resistivity imaging and solute transport modelling
Abstract number–238 Enhanced land-water buffer zones for reduction of diffuse pollution from the landscape to freshwater ecosystems
Abstract number–240 Reducing nitrate pollution in German groundwater bodies
Abstract number–242 Role of stakeholders, politicians and researchers in the implementation of the Nitrate Directive in the Netherlands – A review
Abstract number–244 Implementation of Danish Action Plans to reduce nutrient losses from agriculture to the aquatic environment

Abstract number–245 Does it matter what we monitor and how we choose to analyse our data

Abstract number–252 Nutrient and pesticide fate and transport in an agricultural soil →ground ↔ surface water system at Fu River, China

Abstract number–253 Effect of pesticide reduction strategies on surface water quality in the Netherlands

Abstract number–254 Farming within environmental boundary conditions: Developments and challenges from a European perspective

Abstract number–256 Dutch Minerals Policy Monitoring Programme (LMM): Set-up of the monitoring network and collection of farm data

Abstract number–257 Transforming watershed management to protect coastal coral reefs




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