Your browser either does not support JavaScript, or has JavaScript turned off. This website requires JavaScript to function correctly.

K-State Research and Extension - Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

24 Umberger Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

785-532-5830
785-532-7938 fax
orderpub@k-state.edu

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM Saturday: -- Closed -- Sunday: -- Closed --

Sort by:       

Environment and Natural Resources » Irrigation & Runoff

Displaying 11 to 15 of 121 Publications.

  • MF3030
    MF3030
    Cheney Lake Watershed: Erosion From Ephemeral Gullies

    As water runs downhill, it erodes soil in small channels, called ephemeral gullies. If not corrected, ephemeral gullies may grow into permanent gullies. 2 p.

    $1.40
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF3031
    MF3031
    Cheney Lake Watershed: Prioritization of Conservation Practice Implementation

    Project to develop and validate a GIS model based on RUSLE; estimate watershed-scale erosion, prioritize agricultural land for conservation practice placement, and evaluate historical conservation practice placement. 2 p.

    $1.40
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF3032
    MF3032
    Cheney Lake Watershed: Local Leadership: Goals and Actions

    Goals for improving water quality: reduce phosphorus and sediment inputs to the lake. Conservation practices include permanent grass plantings to control erosion, and relocation of seasonal feeding areas to reduce sediment and nutrient loading to adjacent streams. 2 p.

    $1.40
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF951
    MF951
    Testing to Help Ensure Safe Drinking Water

    List of laboratories that test drinking water in Kansas and adjacent states. Tests are for specific contaminants such as bacteria, nitrate, fluoride, lead, pesticide, etc.

    $0.15
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF2907
    MF2907
    Impacts of No-till on Water Quality

    No-till systems reduce soil erosion and soil-attached contaminant losses compared to conventional and reduced tillage systems. Water runoff and loss of water-laden contaminants may be more or less with no-till. 4 p.

    $0.31
    view publication Quantity:

Displaying 11 to 15 of 121 Publications.

First «Previous 1 2 3 4 5  ... Next» Last 


Choose SubTopic:
Drinking Water
Farm Ponds
Irrigation & Runoff
Land Management
Waste Management
Wells
Wildlife