Low Transient Storage Uptake Efficiency in Seven Agricultural Streams: Implications for Nutrient Demand

Low Transient Storage Uptake Efficiency in Seven Agricultural Streams: Implications for Nutrient Demand

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Sheibley, R., Duff, J., Tesoriero, A. 2014. Low Transient Storage Uptake Efficiency in Seven Agricultural Streams: Implications for Nutrient Demand. Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 43, Number 6. Pages 1980-1990

agriculture, nutrients, stream, Nitrogen, Phosphorus

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/articles/43/6/1980

In order to assess nitrate, ammonium, and inorganic phosphorus demand in seven agricultural streams in the United States, these researchers utilized mass load budgets, transient storage modeling, and nutrient spiraling metrics.

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