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Constructed Wetlands Bibliography, Part III:
Agricultural Waste

This file, "Constructed Wetlands, Part III: Agricultural Waste" is one section of a seven-part constructed wetlands bibliography on using constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment. The bibliography was compiled by United States Department of Agriculture staff from the Ecological Sciences Division of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, formerly the Soil Conservation Service, and the Water Quality Information Center at the National Agricultural Library. The complete bibliography can be accessed as either a single large (450K) file containing more than 600 citations or in parts organized by topic.

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 TITLE       Agricultural waste treatment with constructed wetlands.     
 AUTHOR      Hammer, D.A. and J.T. Watson.                               
 SOURCE      Proceedings of the National Symposium on Protection of      
             Wetlands from Agricultural Impacts.  U.S. Fish & Wildlife   
             Service Biol. Report 88:16 (1988)                           
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 DATE        1988
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 TITLE       Constructed wetland systems for agricultural waste water    
             treatment.                                                  
 AUTHOR      Soil Conservation Service                                   
 SOURCE      (WP6)(National Bulletin No. 210-1-17)                       
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 DATE        1992
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 TITLE       Constructed wetlands for agricultural wastewater treatment: 
             technical requirements.                                     
 AUTHOR      Soil Conservation Service                                   
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 DATE        1991
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 TITLE       Constructed wetlands for treatment of agricultural waste and
             urban stormwater.                                           
 AUTHOR      Majumdar, S.K., et al.                                      
 SOURCE      Wetlands ecology and conservation: emphasis in Pennsylvania.
 PUBLISHER   Tenn. Valley Authority.                                     
 PAGES       pp. 333-348
 DATE        1989
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 TITLE       Constructed wetlands for treatment of agricultural waste and
             urban stormwater.                                           
 AUTHOR      Hammer, D.A.                                                
 SOURCE      Wetlands Ecology and Conservation: Empahsis in Pennsylvania.
 PUBLISHER   Philadelphia, PA: Penn. Academy of Science                  
 PAGES       pp 333-248
 DATE        1989
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 TITLE       Effects of pumped agricultural drainage water on wetland    
             water quality.                                              
 AUTHOR      Gilliam, J.W., et al.                                       
 SOURCE      paper presented at the National Symposium on Wetland        
             Hydrology. Chicago, IL                                      
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 DATE        1987
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 TITLE       Establishment of a constructed wetland to treat wastewater  
             from a confined animal operation.                           
 AUTHOR      Strong, L., R.L. Ulmer, T.P. Cathcart and J.W. Pote.        
 SOURCE      Proceedings, 21st Annual Mississippi Water Resource         
             Conference, 1991                                            
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 PAGES       pp. 112-117
 DATE        1991
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 TITLE       Treatment of waste from a combined hog feeding unit by using
             artificial marshes.                                         
 AUTHOR      Werblan, D., et al.                                         
 SOURCE      n. d. Journal Paper No. J-9160 of the Iowa Agricultural and  
             Home Economics Experiment Station, Ames, IA.                
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 TITLE       Use of constructed wetlands to clean up animal waste.       
 AUTHOR      Eddleman, R.L., Jr.                                         
 SOURCE      7th Annual Meeting of the Soil and Water Conservation       
             Society, Baltimore, MD, 9-12 August 1992.                   
 PUBLISHER   (515) 289-2331 voice (515) 289-1227 fax                     
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 DATE        1992
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 TITLE       Wetlands treatment of dairy animal waste in Irish drumlin   
             landscape.                                                  
 AUTHOR      Costello, C.J.                                              
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishers, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp 702-709
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD756. 5 C66
 ANNOTATION  Lough Gara Farms Limited (an intensive dairy farm) existing  
             treatment system uses a natural wetland that drains into a lake.   
             In response to Sligo County Council issuance of a Local Water      
             Pollution Notice, Gara Farms decided to commission an independent  
             environmental study.  This paper presents the results of the       
             wetland treatment system portion of the study.
    
                                      
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 SUBCATEGOR  case studies--SE USA (MS)
 
 TITLE       Evaluation of ARS and SCS constructed wetland/animal waste  
             treatment project at Hernando, Mississippi.  Interim report 
             1990-1991.                                                  
 AUTHOR      Cooper, C.M., et al.                                        
 SOURCE      USDA-ARS Technology Application Project Report No. 17       
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       28p.
 DATE        1992, March
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 TITLE       Project description--use of constructed wetlands to treat   
             wastewater from confined animal operations in Mississippi.  
 AUTHOR      Soil Conservation Service                                   
 SOURCE      USDA-SCS                                                    
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 DATE        1989, May
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 TITLE       Vegetative filter treatment of dairy milkhouse wastewater.  
 AUTHOR      Schwer, C.B. and J.C. Clausen.                              
 SOURCE      Journal of Environmental Quality, 18:446-451.               
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       pp. 446-451
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     QH540 J6
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 SUBCATEGOR  engineering considerations--design--monitoring--dairy
 
 TITLE       Wetland for treating liquid dairy waste: design and         
             monitoring.                                                 
 AUTHOR      Lanier, A.L., D. Fox and D.W. Smith.                        
 SOURCE      Paper-American Society of Agricultural Engineers: No.       
             91-4020, 11p, 1991                                          
 PUBLISHER
 PAGES       11p
 DATE        1991
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 SUBCATEGOR  livestock
 
 TITLE       Constructed Wetlands for Animal Waste Management, 1994-- 
             Conference Proceedings. 
 AUTHOR      DuBowy, P.J. and R.P Reaves (eds).
 SOURCE      Papers from the Constructed Wetlands for Animal Waste 
             Management Waste Workshop. Lafayette, IN. Apr. 4-6, 1994.
 PUBLISHER   Lafayette, IN: Purdue University 
 PAGES       188 p.
 DATE        1994    
 CALLNUM     TD 930.C644 ISBN:0-931682-46-0
 ANNOTATION  Proceedings are the result of the first national workshop
             on the use of constructed wetlands for animal waste.  
             Contains 18 papers with abstracts.
 
 
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 TITLE       Constructed wetlands for livestock waste treatment.         
 AUTHOR      Hammer, D.A., B.P. Pullin and J.T. Watson.                  
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 PUBLISHER   Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, TN.                  
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 DATE        1989
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 TITLE       Draft interim standard constructed wetlands for livestock   
             waste treatment.                                            
 AUTHOR      Wengrynek, R.                                               
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 PUBLISHER   Soil Conservation Service, Orono Maine
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 SUBCATEGOR  livestock--economic aspects
 
 TITLE       Environmental and economic aspects of recycling livestock   
             wastes.                                                     
 AUTHOR      Martin, J.B. and C.E. Madewell.                             
 SOURCE      Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics.  3:137-42       
             (1971).                                                     
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 DATE        1971
 CALLNUM     HD101 S6
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 SUBCATEGOR  reed beds
 
 TITLE       Treatment of agricultural effluents by reed bed systems.    
             Report on the operation of the Rugeley reed bed.  November  
             1986 to July 1988. Report for the MAFF and WRC.             
 AUTHOR      Gray, K.R., A.J. Biddlestone and K. Thurairajan.            
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 DATE        1988
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 SUBCATEGOR  swine--aquaculture
 
 TITLE       Waste treatment for confined swine with an integrated       
             artificial wetland and aquaculture system.                  
 AUTHOR      Maddox, J.J. and J.B. Kingsley.                             
 SOURCE      Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Municipal,   
             Industrial and Agricultural.                                
 PUBLISHER   Chelsea, MI: Lewis Publishing, Inc.                         
 PAGES       pp. 191-200
 DATE        1989
 CALLNUM     TD756. 5 C66
 ANNOTATION                                                                     
 
 
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   NOTE: THE FOLLOWING CITATIONS ARE AN UPDATE, AS OF OCTOBER 24,1995,TO THE
   ORIGINAL DOCUMENT AND THEREFORE ARE IN A DIFFERENT FORMAT.
   
   
     1     NAL Call No.: S591.55.K4S64
   A new concept in treating wastewater--constructed wetlands.
   Karathanasis, A. D. 
   Soil science news and views-Cooperative Extension Service and University of
   Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Department of Agronomy, Lexington, Ky. :
   The Department. 1991. v. 12 (3) 3 p.
    
   Descriptors: waste water treatment; wetlands; biological treatment;
   construction; costs; mine spoil; agricultural wastes; kentucky
   
     2     NAL Call No.: 44.8-J822
   Components of dairy manure management systems.
   Van Horn, H. H.; Wilkie, A. C.; Powers, W. J.; Nordstedt, R. A. 
   Journal of dairy science v.77, p.2008-2030. (1994).
   Includes references.
   
   Descriptors: cattle manure; dairy farms; application to land; dairy cows;
   excretion; waste treatment; waste disposal; waste utilization; energy
   balance; water use; ammonia; methane; nitrogen; phosphorus
   
   Abstract: Dairy manure management systems should account for the fate of
   excreted nutrients that may be of environmental concern. Currently,
   regulatory oversight is directed primarily at the assurance of water
   quality; N is the most monitored element. Land application of manure at
   acceptable fertilizer levels to crops produced on the farm by hauling or by
   pumping flushed manure effluent through irrigation systems is the basis of
   most systems. Nutrient losses to surface and groundwaters can be avoided,
   and significant economic value can be obtained from manure as fertilizer if
   adequate crop production is possible. Dairies with insufficient crop
   production potential need affordable systems to concentrate manure
   nutrients, thereby reducing hauling costs and possibly producing a salable
   product. Precipitation of additional nutrients from flushed manures with
   sedimented solids may be possible. Composting of separated manure solids
   offers a possible method to stabilize solids for distribution, but, most
   often, solids separated from dairy manures are fibrous and low in
   fertility. Manure solids combined with wastes from other sources may have
   potential if a marketable product can be produced or if sufficient subsidy
   is received for processing supplementary wastes. Solutions to odor problems
   are needed. Energy generated from manure organic matter, via anaerobic
   digestion, reduces atmospheric emissions of methane and odorous compounds.
   Use of constructed wetlands or harvesting of photosynthetic biomass from
   wastewater has the potential to improve water quality, making extensive
   recycling possible.
   
     3     NAL Call No.: S37.F72
   Constructed wetlands: an approach for animal waste treatment.
   Rieck, A.; Langston, J.; VanDevender, K. 
   FAS-Cooperative Extension Service, University of Arkansas. Little Rock,
   Ark. : The Service. Apr 1993. (3005) 4 p. 
   Includes references.
   
   Descriptors: animal wastes; waste treatment; wetlands; regulations; state
   government; arkansas
   
     4     NAL Call No.: 1.98-Ag84
   Constructed wetlands clean up: they could be an inexpensive, low-tech cure
   for farm pollution headaches.
   Becker, H. 
   Agricultural research- U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural
   Research Sep.20. (1993).
   
   Descriptors: dairy farming; waste water; water management; wetlands
   
     5     NAL Call No.:  TD930.C644--1994
   Constructed wetlands for animal waste management : proceedings of workshop,
   4-6 April 1994, Lafayette, Indiana.
   Dubowy, P. J. P. J. 1.; Reaves, R. P. R. P. 1. 
   West Lafayette, In. : Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue
   University, c1994. vi, 188 p. : ill..
   Includes bibliographical references.
   
   Descriptors: Animal waste Management-Congresses; Constructed
   wetlands-Congresses
   
     6     NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
   Constructed wetlands for dairy wastewater treatment.
   Davis, S. H.; Ulmer, R.; Strong, L.; Cathcart, T.; Pote, J.; Brock, W.
   Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers. St. Joseph, Mich. :
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers,. Winter 1992. (92-4525) 11 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1992 International Winter Meeting sponsored by the
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers," December 15-18, 1992,
   Nashville, Tennessee.
   
   Descriptors: dairy effluent; waste water treatment; wetlands; construction;
   nitrification; biochemical oxygen demand; dissolved oxygen; mississippi
   
     7     NAL Call No.: aS622.S6
   Constructed wetlands handle waste.
   Taylor, S. 
   Soil & water conservation news-U.S Department of Agriculture, Soil
   Conservation Service v.11, p.5-6. (1991).
   
   Descriptors: wetlands; animal wastes; planting; georgia
   
     8     NAL Call No.: 100-AL1H
   Constructed wetlands successfully treat swine wastewater.
   McCaskey, T. A.; Eason, J. T.; Hammer, D. A.; Pullin, B. P.; Payne, V. W.
   E.; Bransby, D. I.
   Highlights of agricultural research-Alabama Agricultural  Experiment
   Station v.39, p.13. (1992).
   
   Descriptors: pigs; waste water; waste water treatment; wetlands; aquatic
   plants; ammonia; nitrogen content; alabama
   
     9     NAL Call No.: S589.7.E57-1994
   Preliminary effectiveness of constructed wetlands for dairy waste
   treatment.
   Cooper, C. M.; Testa, S. I.; Knight, S. S. 
   Environmentally sound agriculture  proceedings of the second conference 
   20-22 April 1994 / p.439-446. (1994).
   Includes references.
   
   Descriptors: dairy wastes; waste water; waste water treatment; wetlands;
   scirpus validus; on farm processing; water quality; improvement;
   mississippi
   
     10    NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
   SCS technical requirements for constructed wetlands for agricultural
   wastewater treatment.
   Krider, J. N.; Boyd, W. H. 
   Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers. St. Joseph, Mich. :
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers,. Winter 1992. (92-4523) 5 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1992 International Winter Meeting sponsored by the
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers," December 15-18, 1992,
   Nashville, Tennessee.
   
   Descriptors: agricultural wastes; waste water treatment; wetlands;
   regulations
   
     11    NAL Call No.: S589.7.E57-1994
   Swine wastewater treatment in constructed wetlands.
   Hunt, P. G.; Humenik, F. J.; Szogi, A. A.; Rice, J. M.; Stone, K. C.;
   Sadler, E. J. 
   Environmentally sound agriculture  proceedings of the second conference 
   20-22 April 1994 / p.268-275. (1994).
   Includes references.
   
   Descriptors: pigs; animal wastes; waste water treatment; wetlands; juncus
   effusus; scirpus; species; sparganium; typha angustifolia; typha-latifolia;
   glycine max; oryza sativa; growth; crop yield; wetland soils; redox
   reactions; nitrogen; phosphorus; removal
   
     12    NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
   Treating dairy waste utilizing laboratory-scale constructed wetlands.
   Benham, B. L.; Mote, C. R. 
   Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers. St. Joseph, Mich. :
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers,. Winter 1993. (932576) 11 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1993 International Winter Meeting of the American
   Society of Agricultural Engineers," December 14-17, 1993, Chicago,
   Illinois.
   
   Descriptors: dairy wastes; wetlands; waste treatment
   
     13    NAL Call No.: TD420.A1P7
   Treatment of dairy farm wastewaters in horizontal and up-flow gravel-bed
   constructed wetlands.
   Tanner, C. C. 
   Water science and technology: a journal of the International Association on
   Water Pollution Research and Control v.29, p.85-93. (1994).
   In the series analytic: Wetlands systems in water pollution control /
   edited by H.J. Bavor and D.S. Mitchell. Australia.
   
   Descriptors: waste water treatment; biological treatment; dairy wastes;
   dairy effluent; wetlands; gravel; schoenoplectus; nutrient uptake;
   nitrogen; phosphorus; removal; new zealand; schoenoplectus validus;
   artificial wetlands
   
     14    NAL Call No.: S1.N32
   Wetlands that work for you.
   Bowman, G.; Wetlands that work for you. 
   The New farm v.14, p.50-53. (1992).
   
   Descriptors: dairy wastes; biological treatment; waste water treatment;
   wetlands; on farm processing; constructed wetlands
   
     15    NAL Call No.: S544.3.N6N62
   Constructed wetlands for animal wastewater treatment.
   Humenik, F.; Zublena, J.; Barker, J.
   AG-North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service. Raleigh : North Carolina
   Agricultural Extension Service,. Oct 1993. (473-13) 3 p. 
   In subseries: Water Quality & Waste Management.
   
   Descriptors: wetlands; construction; design; waste water treatment; water
   quality; simulation; north carolina
   
     16    NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
   Constructed wetlands for milkhouse wastewater treatment.
   Zimmerman, T.; Lefever, J. L.; Warns, M. 
   Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers. St. Joseph, Mich. :
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers,. Summer 1994. (94-1075/94-2020)
   12 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1994 International Summer Meeting sponsored by The
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers," June 19-22, 1994, Kansas City,
   Missouri.
   
   Descriptors: waste water treatment; wetlands
   
     17    NAL Call No.: 290.9-Am32P
   Small constructed wetlands for animal waste treatment.
   Evans, J. L.; Webber, D. 
   Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers. St. Joseph, Mich. :
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers,. Summer 1994. (94-1075/94-2020)
   21 p. 
   Paper presented at the "1994 International Summer Meeting sponsored by The
   American Society of Agricultural Engineers," June 19-22, 1994, Kansas City,
   Missouri.
   
   Descriptors: waste treatment; wetlands
   
   
    18       NAL Call No.:  QH541.5.M3C66--1993
  Constructed wetlands for treating agricultural wastewater.
  United States. Environmental Protection Agency. West Lafayette, IN : The
  Center, [1993?] 1 sheet.
  Caption title. Agency and CTIC.".
 
  Descriptors: Wetland ecology; Agricultural pollution
 
 
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 document delivery service for materials published in the United
 States to other AGLINET participants.
  
 REQUESTS -- Submit requests on the American Library Association
 (ALA) or the International Federation of Library Associations and
 Institutions (IFLA) interlibrary loan form or via electronic mail
 or telefacsimile (see over for more details).  Include the
 complete name of the person authorizing the request on each form;
 the standard bibliographic source which lists the title as owned
 by NAL; and the call number if the  citation is from an NAL
 database(CAIN/AGRICOLA, "Bibliography of Agriculture", or the NAL
 catalog).
  
 DOCUMENT DELIVERY SERVICE -- Submit a separate completed interlibrary loan
 form for each article requested.  Indicate willingness to pay charges on
 the form, and compliance with copyright law or include a statement that
 the article is for "research purposes only".  Requests cannot be processed
 without these statements. Please read copyright notice below. 
  
 CHARGES:
  
 *    Photocopy, hard copy of microfilm and microfiche - $5.00 for
      the first 10 pages or fraction copied from a single article
      or publication.  $3.00 for each additional 10 pages or
      fraction.
  
 *    Duplication of NAL-owned microfilm - $10.00 per reel.
  
 *    Duplication of NAL-owned microfiche - $5.00 for the first
      fiche and $ .50 for each additional fiche per title.
 
 BILLING - Charges include postage and handling, and are subject
 to change.  Invoices are issued quarterly by the National
 Technical Information Service (NTIS), 5285 Port Royal Road,
 Springfield, VA 22161.  Establishing deposit account with NTIS is
 encouraged. Annual billing is available to foreign institutions
 on request by contacting NAL at the address below.  DO NOT SEND
 PREPAYMENT.
  
 Send Requests to:
      USDA, National Agricultural Library
      Document Delivery Services Branch, ILL, PhotoLab
      10301 Baltimore Blvd., NAL Bldg.
      Beltsville, Maryland  20705-2351
  
 Contact the Head, Document Delivery Services Branch at (301)
 504-5755 with questions or comments about this policy.
 
 ELECTRONIC MAIL ACCESS FOR INTERLIBRARY LOAN (ILL) REQUESTS
  
 February 1995
 
 The National Agricultural Library (NAL), Document Delivery
 Services Branch accepts ILL requests from libraries via several
 electronic services.  All requests must comply with established
 routing and referral policies and procedures  A sample format for
 ILL requests is printed below along with a list of the required
 data/format elements.
  
 ELECTRONIC MAIL  -  (Sample form below)
 
      SYSTEM            ADDRESS CODE
      ====================================================
      INTERNET. . . . . LENDING@NALUSDA.GOV
      OCLC  . . . . . . NAL's symbol AGL need only be entered
                        once, but it must be the last entry. 
  
 SAMPLE ELECTRONIC MAIL REQUEST
 =================================================================
 | AG University/NAL    ILLRQ 231     1/10/95     NEED BY:  2/15/95
 |
 | Interlibrary Loan Department
 | Heartland, IA  56789
 | Agriculture 
 |
 | Dr. Smith   Faculty   Ag School
 |
 | Canadian Journal of Soil Science 1988 v 68(1): 17-27  
 | DeJong, R.  Comparison of two soil-water models under semi-arid growing      
 | conditions  
 | 
 | Ver:  AGRICOLA     Remarks:  Not available at AU or in region.
 | NAL CA:  56.8 C162  Auth:  C. Johnson      CCL     Maxcost: $15.00
 |
 | Ariel IP = 111.222.333.444.555 Or Fax To 123-456-7890
 |
 |
 =================================================================
  
 TELEFACSIMILE - Telephone number is 301-504-5675.  NAL accepts ILL requests
 via telefacsimile.  Requests should be created on standard ILL forms and then
 faxed to NAL. NAL fills requests via FAX as an alternative to postal delivery
 at no additional cost.  If you want articles delivered via fax, include your
 fax number on your request.  NAL will send up to 30 pages per article via fax. 
 If the article length exceeds 30 pages NAL will ship the material via postal
 service.  All requests are processed within our normal timeframes (no RUSH
 service).
 
 ARIEL - IP Address is 198.202.222.162.  NAL fills ILL requests via ARIEL when
 an ARIEL address is included in the request.  NAL treats ARIEL as an
 alternative delivery mechanism, it does not provide expedited services for
 these requests.  NAL will send up to 30 pages per article via Ariel.  If the
 article length exceeds 30 pages or cannot be scanned reliably, NAL will
 deliver the material via fax or postal service.
 
 REQUIRED DATA ELEMENTS/FORMAT
  
 1.   Borrower's address must be in block format with at least two
      blank lines above and below so form may be used in window
      envelopes.
 2.   Provide complete citation including verification, etc. and NAL            
      call number if available.
 3.   Provide authorizing official's name (request will be
      rejected if not included).
 4.   Include statement of copyright compliance (if applicable) and             
      willingness to pay NAL charges.
 
      Please read copyright notice below.
 
  
 ****************************************************************
 Photocopy Warning:
  
             NOTICE WARNING CONCERNING COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS
  
 The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States
 Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of
 copyrighted material.
  
 Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and
 archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other
 reproduction.  One of these specific conditions is that the
 photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose
 other than private study, scholarship, or research."  If a user
 makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction
 for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for
 copyright infringement.
  
 This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying
 order if, in its judgement, fulfillment of the order would
 involve violation of copyright law.
  
 37 C.F.R. 201.14
 ****************************************************************
  
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 discrimination in its programs on the basis of race, color,
 national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political
 beliefs, and marital or familial status.  (Not all prohibited
 bases apply to all programs).  Persons with disabilities who
 require alternative means for communication of program
 information (braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should
 contact the USDA Office of Communications at (202) 720-5881
 (voice) or (202) 720-7808 (TDD).  To file a complaint, write the
 Secretary of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
 Washington, D.C.  20250, or call (202) 720-7327 (voice) or (202)
 720-1127 (TDD).  USDA is an equal employment opportunity
 employer.
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