Longitudinal Variability in Streamwater Chemistry and Carbon and Nitrogen Fluxes in Restored and Degraded Urban Stream Networks

Longitudinal Variability in Streamwater Chemistry and Carbon and Nitrogen Fluxes in Restored and Degraded Urban Stream Networks

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Sivirichi, G.M, Kaushal, S.S., Mayer, P.M, Welty, C.T., Belt, K., Newcomer, T.A. 2010. Longitudinal Variability in Streamwater Chemistry and Carbon and Nitrogen Fluxes in Restored and Degraded Urban Stream Networks. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London. Volume 13, Number 2. Pages 288-303
restoration, sampling, stream, urban
This study examined the longitudinal patterns in carbon and nitrogen concentrations and mass balance in two restored and two unrestored stream networks in Baltimore, MD to assess restoration effectiveness.

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