In-channel Transient Storage and Associated Nutrient Retention: Evidence from Experimental Manipulations

In-channel Transient Storage and Associated Nutrient Retention: Evidence from Experimental Manipulations

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Ensign, S., Doyle, M. 2005. In-channel transient storage and associated nutrient retention: Evidence from experimental manipulations. Limnology and Oceanography. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc., Canmore, Alberta Canada. Volume 50, Number 6. Pages 1740-1751
Management, nutrients, water quality, Channels
We examined the effect of in-channel flow obstructions such as vegetation and coarse woody debris (CWD) on transient storage and nutrient uptake by using experimental channel manipulations. Transient storage and nutrient uptake were measured under existing conditions in a vegetated agricultural stream and a shaded blackwater stream, and measurements were repeated after removal of vegetation and CWD.

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