After the growing season, a part of the nitrogen remains in forms sensitive to changes of the conditions, such as nitrate. In years with above-average precipitation a significant amount of nitrate can leave the rooting zone. Integration of knowledge related to environmental conditions of a certain area with the soil, water, and crop management practices helps to prevent the simultaneity of the unfavourable processes leading to nitrate leaching, thus water resources may be protected from nitrate pollution of agricultural origin. In our work we present a stochastic approach for the evaluation of the vulnerability of soils for nitrate leaching. The method was applied for mapping N-leaching hazard in Hungary at a scale of 1:1M.
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Research Article| November 01 1998
Stochastic modelling of N-leaching using gis and multivariate statistical methods
Water Sci Technol (1998) 38 (10): 191–197.
T. Németh, L. Pásztor, J. Szabó; Stochastic modelling of N-leaching using gis and multivariate statistical methods. Water Sci Technol 1 November 1998; 38 (10): 191–197. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1998.0401
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