Nutrient uptake in streams draining agricultural catchments of the midwestern United States

@inproceedings{Bernot2006NutrientUI,
  title={Nutrient uptake in streams draining agricultural catchments of the midwestern United States},
  author={Melody J. Bernot and Jennifer Leah Tank and Todd V. Royer and Mark B. David},
  year={2006}
}
1. Agriculture is a major contributor of non-point source pollution to surface waters in the midwestern United States, resulting in eutrophication of freshwater aquatic ecosystems and development of hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico. Agriculturally influenced streams are diverse in morphology and have variable nutrient concentrations. Understanding how nutrients are transformed and retained within agricultural streams may aid in mitigating increased nutrient export to downstream ecosystems. 2. We… CONTINUE READING

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