Characterization of Phosphorus Sources in Rural Watersheds

  • Withers P
  • Jarvie H
  • Hodgkinson R
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Correct identification of P sources in rural watersheds is critical for the development of cost-effective measures to combat agriculturally-driven eutrophication. The chemical composition of various storm runoff types (field surface runoff, field drain outfalls, roads, farmyards, and septic tanks) and the receiving streams in three micro (1 mg L(-1)) than surface and subsurface runoff from cultivated land and pasture (0.02-3.6 mg TP L(-1), mean 50% vs.

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  • P. J. A. Withers

  • H. P. Jarvie

  • R. A. Hodgkinson

  • E. J. Palmer-Felgate

  • A. Bates

  • M. Neal

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