An investigation into the inputs controlling predictions from a diffuse phosphorus loss model for the UK; the Phosphorus Indicators Tool (PIT).

@article{Liu2005AnII,
  title={An investigation into the inputs controlling predictions from a diffuse phosphorus loss model for the UK; the Phosphorus Indicators Tool (PIT).},
  author={Shuming Liu and Richard Anthony Brazier and Ann Louise Heathwaite},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2005},
  volume={344 1-3},
  pages={
          211-23
        }
}
A simple catchment scale model simulating diffuse phosphorus (P) loss from agricultural land to water, the Phosphorus Indicators Tool (PIT), has been developed. Previous research has shown that this model worked well in simulating the average annual P lost from two catchments: Windermere and Windrush, but it was not known which drivers in the model had the greatest control on predicted P delivery to water from agricultural land. In order to simulate the P export from each catchment source via… CONTINUE READING
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