JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Effect of Livestock Liquid Manure Released at a Rice Field on Quality of Soil and Water in the Saemangeum Watershed
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Effect of Livestock Liquid Manure Released at a Rice Field on Quality of Soil and Water in the Saemangeum Watershed
Kim, Mi-Sug; Kwak, Dong-Heui;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
The Saemangeum watershed is required to manage water pollution effectively but the effect of liquid manure (LM) on soil and water quality in the basin is not clearly identified as yet. This study aims at assessing the effect on soil of a rice field and water quality of water bodies near the rice field during rice-crop time period to find out the effect of LM, the effect of rainfall, and the effect of rice-crop environment on soil and water quality by analyzing data of nitrogen components. As a result of the LM distribution, was much higher than other N components in the entire soil layers and it was accelerated by rainfall right after the LM distribution. Compared to chemical fertilizer (CF), LM was slightly affected but still influenced on the surface water quality. During weak rainfall, low nitrogen concentration in topsoil was resulted as NH3-N decreased and Org-N and increased. concentration in the water of irrigation canals increased with time. During intensive rainfall, and Org-N of the soil were measured highly in the submerged condition, while the water quality of the rice field was lower due to flooding into the irrigation canal as well as the growth of the rice plants. Also, total nitrogen was increased more than 7 times and it showed serious water quality deterioration due to LM and excessive fertilizer distribution, and rainfall during all rice-crop processes. The effect of LM on water quality should be studied consistently to provide critical data while considering weather condition, cropping conditions, soil characteristics, and so on.
 Keywords
Livestock night-soil;Manure;Nitrogen;TN;Soil;Water quality;
 Language
English
 Cited by
1.
단일반응기에서 마이크로버블-산소를 이용한 가축분뇨의 유기오염물질, 질소 및 인의 동시 제거,장재경;진유정;강석원;김태영;백이;성제훈;김영화;

대한환경공학회지, 2017. vol.39. 11, pp.599-606 crossref(new window)
 References
1.
Cannavo, P., Richaume, A., and Lafolie, F. (2004). Fate of nitrogen and carbon in the vadose zone: in situ and laboratory measurements of seasonal variations in aerobic respiratory and denitrifying activities, Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 36, 463-478. crossref(new window)

2.
Dominguez, J., Bohlen, P.J., and Parmelee, R.W. (2004). Earthworms increase nitrogen leaching to greater soil depths in row crop agroecosystems, Ecosystems, 7, 672-685. crossref(new window)

3.
Dunn, S.M., Vinten, A.J.A., Lilly, A., DeGroote, J., Sutton, M.A., McGechan, M. (2004a). Nitrogen risk assessment model for Scotland: I. Nitrogen leaching, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 8, 191-204. crossref(new window)

4.
Dunn, S.M., Lilly, A., DeGroote, J., and Vinten, A.A. (2004b). Nitrogen risk assessment model for Scotland: II. Hydrological transport and model testing, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 8, 205-219. crossref(new window)

5.
Er, F., Ogut, M., Mikayilov, F.D., and Mermut, A.R. (2004). Important factors affecting biosolid nitrogen mineralization in soils, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 35, 2327-2343. crossref(new window)

6.
Grunditz, C. and Dalhammar, G. (2001). Development of nitrification inhibition assays using pure cultures of nitrosomonas and nitrobacter, Water Research, 35(2), 433-440. crossref(new window)

7.
Hubbard, R., Sheridan, J.M., Lowrance, R., Bosch, D.D., and Vellidis, G. (2004). Fate of nitrogen from agriculture in the southeastern Coastal Plain, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 59, 72-86.

8.
Jiao, Y., Hendershot, W.H., and Whalen, J.K. (2004). Agricultural practices influence dissolved nutrients leaching through intact soil cores, Soil Science Society of America, 68, 2058-2068. crossref(new window)

9.
Jorgensen, P.R., Urup, J., Helstrup, T., Jensen, M.B., Eiland, F., and Vinther, F.P. (2004). Transport and reduction of nitrate in clayey till underneath forest and arable land, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 73, 207-226. crossref(new window)

10.
JRETDC (Jeonbuk Regional Environmental Technology Development Center) (2014). Management measures of non-point source pollutants in Saemangeum watershed, National Institute of Environmental Research, NIER-SP 2014-324.

11.
Prasad, V.K., Badarinath, K.V.S., Yonemura, S., and Tsuruta, H. (2004), Regional inventory of soil surface nitrogen balances in Indian agriculture (2000-2001), Journal of Environmental Management, 73, 209-218. crossref(new window)

12.
Renck, A., and Lehmann, J. (2004). Rapid water flow and transport of inorganic and organic nitrogen in a highly aggregated tropical soil, Soil Science, 169, 330-341. crossref(new window)

13.
Royer, T.V., Tank, J.L., and David, M.B. (2004). Transport and fate of nitrate in headwater agricultural streams in Illinois, J. Environ. Quality, 33, 1296-1304. crossref(new window)

14.
Shah, S.B., Wolfe, M.L., and Borggaard, J.T. (2004). Simulating the fate of subsurface-banded urea, Nutrient Cycling In Agroecosystems, 70, 47-66. crossref(new window)

15.
Wetzel, R. G. (2001) Limnology: Lake and River Ecosystems. 3rd Ed., Academic Press. San Diego, California, USA.

16.
Zheng, F.L., Huang, C.H., and Norton, L.D. (2004). Surface water quality - Effects of near-surface hydraulic gradients on nitrate and phosphorus losses in surface runoff, J. Environ. Quality, 33, 2174-2182. crossref(new window)