Saltwater Intrusion as a Potential Driver of Phosphorus Release from Limestone Bedrock in a Coastal Aquifer

Saltwater Intrusion as a Potential Driver of Phosphorus Release from Limestone Bedrock in a Coastal Aquifer

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Flower, H. D., Rains, M., Lewis, D., Zhang, J. Z., Price, R. 2017. Saltwater Intrusion as a Potential Driver of Phosphorus Release from Limestone Bedrock in a Coastal Aquifer. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science. 184. 166-176

Analysis, Aquifer, Assessment, Coastal, Estuary, Eutrophication, Fresh water, Nutrients, Phosphorus, Salt water, Water quality, Chloride, Saltwater intrusion

This study evaluates the impacts of saltwater intrusion on the phosphorus concentrations in freshwater aquifers as a result of phosphorus desorption of limestone bedrock. The results indicate that estuaries receiving a mix of fresh and salt water may have increased concentrations of soluble reactive phosphorus.

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