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Highintensity rainfall or water application rate exceeds the soil infiltration rate, or when saturated-flow conditions occur, preferential flow can then be initiated. Soil morphology(Bouma 1981),clayfilms (Quisenberryetal. 1993;Chenetal. 1997),andsurface condition (Phillips et al. 1989; Quisenberry et al. 1993) affect water and solute distribution or transport. Among these factors, those related to pedogenetic processes, such as soil morphology and structure, require longer time periods to show effects.
Those bioindicators which reflect effects at the individual, population, and community levels are generally used to characterize zones 2 and 3 of the disability-impairment curve (Fig. 1) and are listed in Table 1. 22 Biological resouree management Table 2. Major types of anthropogenie aetivities and stressors that ean eompromise the integrity of aquatie systems and their eorresponding biomarkers of exposure and bioindicators of significant eeologieal effects Anthropogenie activity Major types of stressors Representative exposure responses Representative ecological relevant responses Principal references Agriculture Pesticides, herbici- Inhibition of des, nutrients, acely1cholinesterase sediments Reproductive impairment, increased growth, disease Bass et al.
4 x 103 104 to Solid beef manure Solid dairy manure 104 to (E. 5 x 106 (E. 5 X 103 Rüprich (I994) (S. 0 x 107 (Enterobaeteria) Ösding and Lindgren (1991) Transport Processes The variety of transport processes by which contaminants in manure move to water resources are reviewed in this section. For comprehensive reviews of solute transport see Addiscott and Wagenet (1985) and Jarvis et al. (1991). g. g. g. microorganisms). The concentration of inorganic ions is controlled by the equilibrium between solid and solution phases in soil water.