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Riverine inputs and direct discharges to Norwegian coastal waters – 2011
Riverine inputs and direct discharges to Norwegian coastal waters in 2011 have been estimated in accordance with the requirements of the OSPAR Commission. Due to high water discharges in 2011, theExpand
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Use of sensor data for turbidity, pH and conductivity as an alternative to conventional water quality monitoring in four Norwegian case studies
Sensor technology represents a relatively novel opportunity for water quality monitoring, and some of its many potential uses have been explored and assessed in this paper. Four Norwegian caseExpand
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Impact of sampling frequency on mean concentrations and estimated loads of suspended sediment in a Norwegian river: implications for water management.
Reliable estimates of mean concentrations and loads of pollutants in rivers have become increasingly important for management purposes, particularly with the implementation of the European UnionExpand
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Impacts of climate change adaptation options on soil functions: A review of European case‐studies
Abstract Soils are vital for supporting food security and other ecosystem services. Climate change can affect soil functions both directly and indirectly. Direct effects include temperature,Expand
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Some Characteristics of the Vansjø-Hobøl (Morsa) Catchment
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Challenges of Reducing Phosphorus Based Water Eutrophication in the Agricultural Landscapes of Northwest Europe
In this paper, we outline several recent insights for the priorities and challenges for future research for reducing phosphorus (P) based water eutrophication in the agricultural landscapes ofExpand
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Trends in nutrients and metals in Norwegian rivers and point sources 1990–2009
This assessment of nine river catchments in Norway covers 20 years (1990–2009) of water quality data on total phosphorus (TP), orthophosphate, total nitrogen (TN), ammonium, nitrate, copper, zinc,Expand
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Potential impacts of a future Nordic bioeconomy on surface water quality
Nordic water bodies face multiple stressors due to human activities, generating diffuse loading and climate change. The ‘green shift’ towards a bio-based economy poses new demands and increasedExpand
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