Characterising Phosphorus Transfers in Rural Catchments Using a Continuous Bank-side Analyser

@inproceedings{JordanCharacterisingPT,
  title={Characterising Phosphorus Transfers in Rural Catchments Using a Continuous Bank-side Analyser},
  author={Philip Jordan and A. Arnscheidt and H Mcgrogan and S. McCormick}
}
A six-month series of high-resolution synchronous stream discharge and total phosphorus (TP) concentration data is presented from a 5 km 2 agricultural catchment in the Lough Neagh basin, Northern Ireland. The data are hourly averages of 10-minute measurements using a new bankside, automatic, continuous monitoring technology. Three TP transfer ‘event-types’ occur in this catchment: (1) chronic, storm independent transfers; (2) acute, storm dependent transfers; (3) acute, storm independent… CONTINUE READING
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