Field manual on buffer design for Atlantic Canada: A125-19/1-2012E

To be effective, buffers should intercept overland flow and aid in filtering groundwater. The primary user of the tool will be people who work with farmers assisting in the design of a vegetated buffer. Producers, land owners, land managers, community and watershed groups may also find the tool useful for understanding the complexities of vegetated buffers and interpreting cropping system landscapes and their risk for sediment, pesticide, pathogen and nutrient loss.

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Department/Agency Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Agri-Environment Services Branch.
Title Field manual on buffer design for Atlantic Canada
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Paper
Other Formats Electronic-[English]
Note "The tool is applicable to the cropping systems, soil conditions and climate of Atlantic Canada. The focus of the tool is on buffers for watercourses in agricultural landscapes."--Page 2.
Date c2012.
Binding Spiral binding
Number of Pages ii, 89p. :
Dimensions 22 cm.
ISBN 978-1-100-19979-5
Catalogue Number
  • A125-19/1-2012E
Departmental Catalogue Number AAFC No. 11689E
Subject Terms Pollution control