Phosphorus concentrations, loads, and sources within the Illinois River drainage area, northwest Arkansas, 1997-2008.

@article{Haggard2010PhosphorusCL,
  title={Phosphorus concentrations, loads, and sources within the Illinois River drainage area, northwest Arkansas, 1997-2008.},
  author={B. E. Haggard},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2010},
  volume={39 6},
  pages={2113-20}
}
In the Ozark Highlands and across the United States, effluent phosphorus (P) sources often have a profound impact on water column concentrations and riverine transport. This study evaluated (i) annual P loads at the Illinois River at Arkansas Highway 59 from calendar year 1997 through 2008, (ii) the relative contribution of effluent P sources to annual riverine P transport, (iii) longitudinal gradients in water column P concentrations downstream from several wastewater treatment plant effluent… CONTINUE READING

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