Biogeosciences, 13, 551-566, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-13-551-2016
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Research article
01 Feb 2016
Runoff- and erosion-driven transport of cattle slurry: linking molecular tracers to hydrological processes
C. E. M. Lloyd et al.
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Our interdisciplinary research brings together methodologies from hydrology, soil science and biogeochemistry to address key questions about the transport of cattle slurry in the environment. The paper provides a novel approach to trace dissolved and particulate components of cattle slurry through an experimental hillslope system. This work provides one of the first examples of using biomarkers to assess the effects of slope gradient and rainfall intensity on the movement of slurry derived-OM.
Our interdisciplinary research brings together methodologies from hydrology, soil science and...
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