New paper in Nature Geoscience discusses key steps to address nitrogen pollution and improve water quality.

Thursday, February 10, 2022

A study led by Prof. Nandita Basu published in Nature Geoscience provides a roadmap for scientists, policymakers, and the public to overcome the challenges associated with agricultural nitrogen legacies that delay improvements to water quality. While we now have a much better theoretical understanding of the accumulation and fate of nitrogen legacies in agricultural landscapes, there is an urgent need for more systematic measurements and monitoring to effectively support water quality policies. The paper is co-authored by Philippe Van Cappellen and can be accessed here.

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