Predictive Modeling of Transient Storage and Nutrient Uptake: Implications for Stream Restoration

@article{OConnor2010PredictiveMO,
  title={Predictive Modeling of Transient Storage and Nutrient Uptake: Implications for Stream Restoration},
  author={B. O’Connor and M. Hondzo and J. Harvey},
  journal={Journal of Hydraulic Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={136},
  pages={1018-1032}
}
  • B. O’Connor, M. Hondzo, J. Harvey
  • Published 2010
  • Geology
  • Journal of Hydraulic Engineering
  • This study examined two key aspects of reactive transport modeling for stream restoration purposes: the accuracy of the nutrient spiraling and transient storage models for quantifying reach-scale nutrient uptake, and the ability to quantify transport parameters using measurements and scaling techniques in order to improve upon traditional conservative tracer fitting methods. Nitrate ( NO 3− ) uptake rates inferred using the nutrient spiraling model underestimated the total NO 3− mass loss by 82… CONTINUE READING

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