Influence of wetlands and coal mining on stream water chemistry

@article{Wieder1984InfluenceOW,
  title={Influence of wetlands and coal mining on stream water chemistry},
  author={R. Kelman Wieder and G. E. Lang},
  journal={Water, Air, and Soil Pollution},
  year={1984},
  volume={23},
  pages={381-396}
}
Comparisons of stream water chemistry over a 2 yr period in East Fork, which drains an entirely forested watershed, and Big Run, which drains a forested watershed 8 % of which is occupied by Big Run Bog, indicated that Big Run Bog had no effect on stream water H+ or Cl− concentrations, but with increasing stream discharge the wetland was a source of Ca++ Mg++, K+, Na+, NO3−, and SO4−, and a sink for Fe+ +. Further comparisons with Tub Run, which drains a forested watershed, 13 and 12% of which… Expand
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