Land Use and Climate Variability Amplify Carbon , Nutrient , and Contaminant Pulses : a Review with Management Implications 1

@inproceedings{Kaushal2014LandUA,
  title={Land Use and Climate Variability Amplify Carbon , Nutrient , and Contaminant Pulses : a Review with Management Implications 1},
  author={Sujay S Kaushal and Paul M. Mayer and Philippe G F Vidon and R Matthew Smith and Michael J Pennino and Tamara A. Newcomer and Shuiwang Duan and Claire Welty and Kenneth T. Belt},
  year={2014}
}
Nonpoint source pollution from agriculture and urbanization is increasing globally at the same time climate extremes have increased in frequency and intensity. We review >200 studies of hydrologic and gaseous fluxes and show how the interaction between land use and climate variability alters magnitude and frequency of carbon, nutrient, and greenhouse gas pulses in watersheds. Agricultural and urban watersheds respond similarly to climate variability due to headwater alteration and loss of… CONTINUE READING

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