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Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

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  • MF2849
    Kansas Irrigation Trends

    Over the years, the shift in irrigation system type from flood irrigation to center pivot irrigation has resulted in improved use of irrigation water in Kansas. This publication provides an overview of these irrigation trends in Kansas and how they relate to yields for a number of crops. 8-page, color.

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  • MF2814
    Stormwater Best Management Practice Maintenance

    Kansas stream and lake monitoring indicates that goals are often not met for water uses. Improving water quality requires the cooperation of everyone affecting runoff quality from surfaces. This publication focuses on practice maintenance for residential and commercial lots up to 3 acres. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF2890
    Environmental Regulation Guide for Rural Kansans

    Laws and regulations, which may affect landowners, can be confusing. This guide is intended as an introduction to laws and regulations with which landowners may need to comply. It should help the reader identify basic regulatory concepts and find where to go for compliance information. Includes agency contact information. 8-page, b/w.

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  • MF2732
    Urban Water Quality Best Management Practices

    Best management practices can help urban water quality systems retain runoff and filter pollutants. Techniques outlined here provide a brief overview of how these systems can be designed and adapted to different circumstances relevant to an urban environment. 4 pages, color.

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  • SRL143
    Keeping up with Research: Factors Influencing the Adoption of Riparian Forest Buffers in the Tuttle Creek Reservoir Watershed of Kansas

    Permanent streamside trees, shrubs, and grasses reduce erosion, and problems of water quality and quantity. This study surveys the preferences of private landowners for streamside vegetation on agricultural land. 4-page, color.

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