21. Agricultural sedimentation impacts on
lakeside property values.
Bejranonda, S.; Hitzhusen, F. J.; and Hite, D.
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 28 (2):
NAL Call #: HD1773.A2N6; ISSN: 1068-2805
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22. Agriculture and dynamics of soil erosion in
the United States.
Uri, Noel D and Lewis, James A
Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 14 (3):
NAL Call #: S494.5.S86S8; ISSN: 1044-0046
Descriptors: Soil erosion---United States/ Soil
conservation---United States/ United States---
Agricultural policy---Environmental aspects/
Agriculture---Environmental aspects/ United States---
Abstract: Examines soil conservation programs'
effectiveness in reducing erosion; educational,
technical and financial assistance, research and
development, land retirement, regulation, tax, and
incentives policies meant to affect production
practices adoption. Some focus on the Food Security
Act of 1985, the Federal Agriculture Improvement and
Reform Act (FAIR) of 1996, and the Conservation
Reserve Program (CRP).
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23. Assessment of soil quality in Conservation
Reserve Program and wheat-fallow soils.
Staben, M. L.; Bezdicek, D. F.; Smith, J. L.; and
Fauci, M. F.
Soil Science Society of America Journal 61 (1):
NAL Call #: 56.9-So3; ISSN: 0361-5995 [SSSJD4]
Descriptors: soil/ quality/ assessment/ land use/ land
diversion/ grassland soils/ agricultural soils/ wheat
soils/ soil organic matter/ carbon/ nitrogen content/
carbon nitrogen ratio/ soil flora/ soil fauna/ biomass/
soil enzymes/ enzyme activity/ soil ph/ mineralization/
respiration/ soil management/ Washington/
Abstract: Chemical and microbial aspects of soil
quality are an important consideration when
evaluating the benefits of soil conservation efforts
such as the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP