Hydrogeomorphic Controls on Phosphorus Retention in Streams

Hydrogeomorphic Controls on Phosphorus Retention in Streams

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Doyle, M.W., Stanley, E.H., Harbor, J.M. 2003. Hydrogeomorphic controls on phosphorus retention in streams. Water Resources Research. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC. Volume 39, Number 6. Pages 1-17
biological, chemistry, hydrology, stream, Channels
The relative influences of biochemical uptake processes and dynamic hydrology and geomorphology on molybdate reactive phosphorus (MRP) retention within a stream are compared. MRP concentrations were measured upstream and downstream of a 4.5-km reach undergoing dynamic channel adjustment in response to downstream dam removal.

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