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The goal of this case study was to assess two components of variability associated with the land application of papermill sludge. These included (1) changes occurring within a temporary sludge stockpile, and (2) spatial variability of application to the site. Understanding the magnitude of such changes will assist in accounting for variability inherent in such land application operations.
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Maine Agricultural Experiment Station
soils, papermill sludge
Kraske, C.R., and I.J. Fernandez. 1990. Variability factors involved with land application of papermill slude. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 138.