|Wetland Reservoir Subirrigation System (WRSIS)|
1 - WRSIS Concept
2 - WRSIS Design
3 - Defiance County
4 - Fulton County
5 - Van Wert County
6 - Water Table Management Options
7 - Water Table Management Guidelines
8 - Environmental-Hydrologic-Hydraulic Monitoring Program
9 - WRSIS Climate and Crop Yield Data
10 - WRSIS Cumulative Growing Season Rainfall and Evapotranspiration
11 - Habitat Formation
12 - Bibliography
13 - Photos
Allred, B. 2000. Innovative irrigation system implemented. Nonpoint Source News-Notes. USEPA. no. 62, October, pp. 20-23.
Allred, B. 2000. Maumee river basin project: Wetland reservoir subirrigation systems. Keeping It On The Land. Great Lakes Commision. v. 2, no. 4, pp. 1-2.
Allred, B., B. Clevenger, C. Thornton, B. Czartoski, N. Fausey, R. Cooper, L. Brown, D. Riethman, P. Chester, and H. Belcher. 2000. A novel approach to agricultural water management: Wetland reservoir subirrigation systems. Land and Water. May/June, pp. 9-13.
Richards, S. T., M. T. Batte, L. C. Brown, B. J. Czartoski, N. R. Fausey, and H. W. Belcher. 1999. Farm level economic analysis of a wetland reservoir subirrigation system in northwest Ohio. J. Prod. Agric. v. 12, no. 4, pp. 588-596.
Luckeydoo, L. M., W. B. Clevenger, and N. R. Fausey. 2004. Vegetation Establishment and Management Guidelines for Constructed Basins for Agriucultural water Treatment. Ohio State University Extension Bulletin 909. Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. 26 pages.
L. M. Luckeydoo, N. R. Fausey, and C. B. Davis. 2004. Natural recolonization in treatment basins. Land and Water. January/February, pp. 26-27.
Luckeydoo, L. M., N. R. Fausey, L. C. Brown, C. B. Davis. 2002. Early development of vascular vegetation of constructed wetlands in northwest Ohio receiving agricultural waters. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment. v. 88, pp. 89-94.
Zucker, L. A. and L. C. Brown (Eds.) 1998. Agricultural Drainage: Water Quality Impacts and Subsurface Drainage Studies in the Midwest. Ohio State University Extension Bulletin 871. Ohio State University. Columbus, OH. 40 pages.
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