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Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal
Effective water-quality protection should target Best Management Practices (BMPs) on watershed areas that contribute most to water-quality impairment instead of the typical voluntary implementation of practices, which may not be better than a random distribution of BMPs within a watershed. This paper demonstrates a strategic approach for targeting watershed areas to maximize water-quality benefits from BMP implementation. Almost half of the Smoky Hill River Watershed, Kansas, USA is cropland, afatcat:3m6jphsiindb5lnf2hjtu6k5ni