Soil and Environmental Hydrogeochemistry at NCSU
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Surface Water in Cambodia
We don't just look underground in Cambodia, but also think about things at the surface...especially ponds, rivers, wetlands, and irrigated fields.
Some of these are quite exciting.
If you look carefully in the photo above, you can find the cord to a multiprobe we have in this pagoda pond.
Water was high everywhere this time around, in fields, ponds, and wetlands.
The water is good for the rice fields...
...but high water in some agricultural and wooded areas led to eutrophication.
Thanks to Neil for some of these pictures from our trip!
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