Investigating the applicability of end‐member mixing analysis (EMMA) across scale: A study of eight small, nested catchments in a temperate forested watershed

@article{James2006InvestigatingTA,
  title={Investigating the applicability of end‐member mixing analysis (EMMA) across scale: A study of eight small, nested catchments in a temperate forested watershed},
  author={April L. James and April L. James and Nigel T. Roulet},
  journal={Water Resources Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={42}
}
[1] Current interest in multicatchment hydrologic studies challenges the use of geochemical mixing models across scale, where changes in stream water chemistry from catchment to catchment may indicate (1) changes in the proportional contributions of end-members, (2) changes in the geochemical signatures of end-members in space, or (3) changes in the geochemical signatures of end-members in time. In this study we examine stream water chemistry from a series of eight nested catchments in a 1.47… Expand
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