Relating soil phosphorus to dissolved phosphorus in runoff: a single extraction coefficient for water quality modeling.

@article{Vadas2005RelatingSP,
  title={Relating soil phosphorus to dissolved phosphorus in runoff: a single extraction coefficient for water quality modeling.},
  author={Peter A. Vadas and Peter J. A. Kleinman and Andrew N. Sharpley and Benjamin L Turner},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2005},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={572-80}
}
Phosphorus transport from agricultural soils contributes to eutrophication of fresh waters. Computer modeling can help identify agricultural areas with high potential P transport. Most models use a constant extraction coefficient (i.e., the slope of the linear regression between filterable reactive phosphorus [FRP] in runoff and soil P) to predict dissolved P release from soil to runoff, yet it is unclear how variations in soil properties, management practices, or hydrology affect extraction… CONTINUE READING
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