Nutrient Reference Condition Identification and Ambient Water Quality Benchmark Development Process Freshwater Lakes and Reservoirs within USEPA Region 7

@inproceedings{Dodds2011NutrientRC,
  title={Nutrient Reference Condition Identification and Ambient Water Quality Benchmark Development Process Freshwater Lakes and Reservoirs within USEPA Region 7},
  author={Walter K. Dodds and John F. Downing and John Carl Holz and Ed Carney and Kansas and John Edward Bender and Donald G. Huggins and Debbie Emma Baker and Gary Welker},
  year={2011}
}
T he Regional Technical Assistance Group (RTAG) for the development of nutrient benchmarks was formed in 1999 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Kansas City. The group consisted of state, federal, tribal and academic members. The RTAG's mission was to develop numeric nutrient benchmarks (surrogate criteria) for mid-continent lakes and reservoirs larger than 10 acres in size to protect aquatic life against anthropogenic eutrophication (excess nutrients beyond natural nutrient levels… CONTINUE READING

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