Land use effect and hydrological control on nitrate yield in subtropical mountainous watersheds

@inproceedings{Huang2012LandUE,
  title={Land use effect and hydrological control on nitrate yield in subtropical mountainous watersheds},
  author={J.-C. Huang and T. Lee and S. L. Kao and S.-C. Hsu and H Lin and T Peng},
  year={2012}
}
Nitrate export in small subtropical watersheds is rarely observed and the estimation of individual land use nitrate yield from a mixed combination within catchments has scarcely been studied. In this study the nitrate concentrations at 16 nested catchments in the Chi-Chia-Wan watershed in Central Taiwan were measured during 2007–2008. A 3-layer TOPMODEL was applied to estimate daily discharge for ungauged sub-catchments. The observed nitrate concentrations and the simulated discharges were used… CONTINUE READING

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