Land use as an explanatory factor for potential phosphorus loss risk, assessed by P indices and their governing parameters.

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The total level of phosphorus (P) and the distribution of P pools in the topsoil are significantly affected by the excessive application of mineral and organic fertilizers connected with intensive agriculture. This leads to an increased potential risk for P loss, and then contributes to freshwater eutrophication. Soil test P (STP), P sorption index (PSI… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c5em00244c

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