Potential modification of the fluxes of nitrogen from the Humber Estuary catchment (U.K.) to the North Sea in response to changing agricultural inputs and climate patterns

@article{Tappin2004PotentialMO,
  title={Potential modification of the fluxes of nitrogen from the Humber Estuary catchment (U.K.) to the North Sea in response to changing agricultural inputs and climate patterns},
  author={Alan D. Tappin and John R. W. Harris and Reginald J. Uncles and David B Boorman},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={475},
  pages={65-77}
}
The catchment of the Humber Estuary drains approximately 20% of the land area of England via two main rivers, the Trent and the Ouse, and a number of tributaries. The catchment is home to major metropolitan and industrial centres, as well as to extensive areas of agricultural land; for this reason, the river and estuarine systems have been subject to… CONTINUE READING