Sustainable remediation of nitrate contamination in the agricultural fields

Kurt, Zöhre
Hatipoglu, Guray


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Optimal dewatering of an excavation area in an unconfined aquifer is studied using a combined optimisation-simulation approach. In combining a groundwater model with an optimisation model, a response matrix approach, generated on the basis of linear superposition, is used. ModMan, which calls Modflow repeatedly to generate a response matrix, is utilised to transform the groundwater management problem into a linear integer programming problem. A hypothetical dewatering area is considered to examine the effec...
Modeling irrigation with nitrate contaminated groundwater
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An alternative method to treat the nitrate-contaminated groundwater under the agricultural fields while providing economic benefit is called pump and fertilize. Pump and fertilize, while removing the nitrate in the groundwater, can reduce nitrate and pesticide requirement. However, up to date, there are no studies evaluating the effect of this application under different soil/climate conditions. In order to apply this technology in the field and to determine its effect, a feasibility study needs to be perfo...
Optimization of windrow food waste composting to inactivate pathogenic microorganisms
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Composting is a popular means of treating organic wastes, and properly controlled composting can destroy the pathogenic microorganisms present in wastes for a human- and environment-friendly end product. Therefore, optimization of windrow composting of food waste, manure, and bulking agents was evaluated for maximum pathogen inactivation (Salmonella and E. coli O157:H7). Seasonal effects on reductions of Salmonella and E. coli O157:H7 according to the compost temperatures were studied (90 to 150 days). Feca...
Citation Formats
Z. Kurt and G. Hatipoglu, “Sustainable remediation of nitrate contamination in the agricultural fields,” presented at the International Eurasian Conference on Science (22 - 23 Kasım 2018), Ankara, Türkiye, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: