Nutrient variations in boreal and subarctic Swedish rivers : Landscape control of land – sea fluxes

@inproceedings{Humborg2008NutrientVI,
  title={Nutrient variations in boreal and subarctic Swedish rivers : Landscape control of land – sea fluxes},
  author={Christoph Humborg and Erik Smedberg and Sven Blomqvist and C. M. M{\"o}rth and J. H. K. Van Den Brink and Lars Rahm and {\AA}sa Danielsson},
  year={2008}
}
We examined the hypothesis that the extent of vegetation cover governs the fluxes of nutrients from boreal and subarctic river catchments to the sea. Fluxes of total organic carbon (TOC) and dissolved inorganic nitrogen, phosphorus, and dissolved silicate (DIN, DIP, and DSi, respectively) are described from 19 river catchments and subcatchments (ranging in size from 34 to 40,000 km2) in northern Sweden with a detailed analysis of the rivers Luleälven and Kalixälven. Fluxes of TOC, DIP, and DSi… CONTINUE READING
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