Phosphorus-calcium carbonate saturation relationships in a lowland chalk river impacted by sewage inputs and phosphorus remediation: an assessment of phosphorus self-cleansing mechanisms in natural waters.

@article{Neal2002PhosphoruscalciumCS,
  title={Phosphorus-calcium carbonate saturation relationships in a lowland chalk river impacted by sewage inputs and phosphorus remediation: an assessment of phosphorus self-cleansing mechanisms in natural waters.},
  author={Colin Neal and H. P. Jarvie and Richard J. Williams and M. Elliott Neal and Heather D Wickham and Linda K Hill},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2002},
  volume={282-283},
  pages={295-310}
}
The relationship between calcium carbonate saturation and phosphorus concentrations for seven sites on the upper reaches of the River Kennet are examined. The findings are related to issues of groundwater supplies and the introduction of phosphorus treatment of effluent from the Marlborough sewage treatment works (STW) at part of the way along the study reach. Being supplied from a Cretaceous Chalk aquifer, the Kennet is mainly of a calcium-bicarbonate type and has a relatively constant… CONTINUE READING

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