Phosphorus, Nitrogen and Suspended Sediment loss from Soil to Water from Agricultural Grassland

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We monitored the chemical fertiliser applied to the 17 and 211 ha catchments
from February to September 2002 which amounted to 16.4 and 23.7 kg P ha-1 and 186
and 214 kg N ha-1 respectively. Slurry was applied randomly through the year and the
17 and 211 ha catchments received 10.7 and 14.0 kg P ha-1 and 68.8 and 90 kg N ha-1.
For the year 2002, we estimated the annual TP export to water as 2.61, 2.48 and 1.61 kg
from the 17, 211 and 1524ha catchment areas respectively. This represents 12.1% and
7.2% of applied phosphorus from the 17 and 211ha catchments respectively. The
annual export of nitrogen for the year 2002 as NH4 was 0.76, 0.9 and 0.56 kg N ha-1
from the 17, 211 and 1524 ha catchments, respectively. The export of TON was 48.5
38.5 and 46.7 kg N ha-1 year-1 from catchments 1, 3 and 4 respectively. Most of the
nutrients and SS were exported during the winter months and in the case of TP, NH4,
and SS during the months of heavy rainfall (i.e. October to February).

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Prof Gerard Keily
University College Cork
Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University College Cork, Cork City, Cork City, Ireland
Telephone: +353-21-490 2285
e-mail: gkiely@ucc.ie

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Att 1    Lewis_MScThesis_03.pdf   (2.1 Mb)
Att 2    s1_30_010203.csv   (1.37 Mb)
Att 3    ra30_010203.csv   (0.86 Mb)
Att 4    Raw_Dripsey_02_03.xls   (0.22 Mb)
Att 5    Raw_Dripsey04.xls   (0.05 Mb)

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Author(s)Keily, G.
Title Of WebsiteSecure Archive For Environmental Research Data
Publication InformationPhosphorus, Nitrogen and Suspended Sediment loss from Soil to Water from Agricultural Grassland
Name of OrganisationEnvironmental Protection Agency Ireland
Electronic Address or URL http://erc.epa.ie/safer/resource?id=ad1f3acf-5035-102a-90c6-0593d266866d
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SAFER-Data Display URL http://erc.epa.ie/safer/iso19115/display?isoID=23
Resource KeywordsTotal Phosphorus. Total Dissolved Phosphorus. Catchment Dripsey
EPA/ERTDI/STRIVE Project CodeLS-2.1.1a Catchments
EPA/ERTDI/STRIVE Project ThemeWater Quality
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Number of Attached Files (Publicly and Openly Available for Download): 5
Project Start Date Monday 14th January 2002 (14-01-2002)
Earliest Recorded Date within any attached datasets or digital objects Monday 14th January 2002 (14-01-2002)
Most Recent Recorded Date within any attached datasets or digital objects Sunday 4th April 2004 (04-04-2004)
Published on SAFERThursday 10th May 2007 (10-05-2007)
Date of Last EditThursday 10th May 2007 at 12:27:22 (10-05-2007)
Datasets or Files Updated On Thursday 10th May 2007 at 12:15:16 (10-05-2007)

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The study area is the upland Dripsey catchment, a sub catchment of the river Lee in Cork, Ireland. Three nested catchments named as catchment 1, catchment 3 and catchment 4 have areas of 17, 211, and 1524 ha respectively. The experimental sites are located approximately 25 km northwest of Cork city (52N, 0844?W). The overall catchment is considered homogenous with respect to geology, hydrology, meteorology, vegetation and land use. The geology is old red sandstone with rock depth ranging from 2 to 5 m. The topsoils at the higher elevations are peaty podzols with brown podzols over most of the catchment. The profile of the soil is characterised by a dark organic loam to a depth of 15 to 25 cm overlying a yellowishred, iron enriched b-horizon of loam texture. This grades to a reddish-brown sandy loam material at about 75 cm (Gardiner, 1980). The topsoil is rich in organic matter to a depth of about 15 cm (about 12% organic content, Daly, 1999).

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Part of the EPA LS-2.1.1 Project - Catchments - This work was carried out by Ciaran Lewis as part of the Degree of Master of Engineering Science UCC 2003
Supplementary Information
The specific objectives of this project
were: (1) to determine the cumulative export loads of total phosphorus (TP), total
dissolved phosphorus (TDP) and soluble reactive phosphorus (SRP), ammonium (NH4),
total oxidised nitrogen (TON) and suspended sediment (SS) over one year; (2) to
examine the contribution of fertiliser and slurry to the export of phosphorus, nitrogen
and suspended solids; and (3) to examine the hydrologic controls on nutrient export.

NOTE ON DATA
Dripsey Raw Data Files contain measurements of
Ammonia (mg N/l), SRP (mg P/l), TON (mg N/l), TDP (mg P/l), TP (mg P/l),SS (mg/l),Potassium (mg K/l),Conductivity (s/cm) Sodium (mg Na/l) Chloride (mg Cl/l)
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