Managing Phosphorus Inputs Into Lakes III. Evaluating the Impact of Watershed Treatment

Managing Phosphorus Inputs Into Lakes III. Evaluating the Impact of Watershed Treatment

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Caraco, D. 2001. Managing Phosphorus Inputs Into Lakes III. Evaluating the Impact of Watershed Treatment: Watershed Protection Techniques Special Issue on Urban Lake Management. Center for Watershed Protection, Ellicott City, MD. Pages 791-796

nutrients, pollutant, source area

This article focuses on the potential for treating nonpoint sources of phosphorus; however, lake managers should also keep in mind that point sources, such as wastewater treatment plants, should also be examined if they represent a major component of a lake’s total phosphorus budget.

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