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  • Thomas C Winter, Donald C Buso, Donald O Rosenberry, Gene E Likens, Alex M Sturrock, David P Mau
  • 2003
Evaporation was determined by the energy-budget method for Mirror Lake during the open water periods of 1982–1987. For all years, evaporation rates were low in spring and fall and highest during the summer. However, the times of highest evaporation rates varied during the 6 yr. Evaporation reached maximum rates in July for three of the years, in June for(More)
By coupling synoptic data from a basin-wide assessment of streamwater chemistry with network-based geostatistical analysis, we show that spatial processes differentially affect biogeochemical condition and pattern across a headwater stream network. We analyzed a high-resolution dataset consisting of 664 water samples collected every 100 m throughout 32(More)
Chlorine is a minor constituent of most rocks and a minor (although essential) element in plants, but it cycles rapidly through the hydrosphere and atmosphere. In forest ecosystem studies, chloride ion (Cl À) is often thought to be conservative in the sense that the sources and sinks within the ecosystem are assumed negligible compared to inputs and(More)
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