Drainage ditches have sufficient adsorption capacity but inadequate residence time for phosphorus retention in the Everglades

@article{Collins2016DrainageDH,
  title={Drainage ditches have sufficient adsorption capacity but inadequate residence time for phosphorus retention in the Everglades},
  author={Steven D. Collins and S. Shukla and N. Shrestha},
  journal={Ecological Engineering},
  year={2016},
  volume={92},
  pages={218-228}
}
Abstract Although considered a sink of nutrients, limited information exists to verify phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) retention in drainage networks such as ditches and canals. Nutrient retention within two ditches on a cattle ranch in the greater Everglades region was measured using in-situ mesocosms. Phosphorus and N concentrations of water inside the mesocosms were increased or decreased to evaluate the effect of P and N concentration on P and N flux across the sediment-water interface… Expand
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