Continuous measurement of nitrate concentration in a highly event-responsive agricultural catchment in south-west of France : is the gain of information useful ?

@inproceedings{Ferrant2013ContinuousMO,
  title={Continuous measurement of nitrate concentration in a highly event-responsive agricultural catchment in south-west of France : is the gain of information useful ?},
  author={Sylvain Ferrant and Christophe Laplanche and G. Durbe and Anne Probst and Philippe Dugast and Patrick Durand and Jos{\'e} Miguel S{\'a}nchez-P{\'e}rez and Jean Luc Probst},
  year={2013}
}
A nitrate sensor has been set up to measure every 10min the nitrate signal in a stream draining a small agricultural catchment dominated by fertilized crops during a 2-year study period (2006–2008) in the south-west of France. An in situ sampling protocol using automatic sampler to monitor flood events have been used to assume a point-to-point calibration of the sensor values. The nitrate concentration exhibits nonsystematic concentration and dilution effects during flood events. We demonstrate… CONTINUE READING
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