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24 Integrated buffer zones (IBZs) represent a novel form of edge-of-field technology in Northwest 25 Europe. Contrary to the common riparian buffer strips, IBZs collect tile drainage water from 26 agricultural fields by combining a ditch-like pond (POND), where soil particles can settle, and a flow-27 through filter bed (FILTERBED) planted with Alnus glutinosa (L.), a European alder (black alder). The 28 first experimental IBZ facility was constructed and thoroughly tested in Denmark for itsdoi:10.1021/acs.est.8b01036.s001 fatcat:ceh6lrsgznejbptbidisy2lp4i