Seasonality in spatial variability and influence of land use / land cover and watershed characteristics on stream water nitrate concentrations in a developing watershed in the Rocky Mountain West

@inproceedings{Gardner2009SeasonalityIS,
  title={Seasonality in spatial variability and influence of land use / land cover and watershed characteristics on stream water nitrate concentrations in a developing watershed in the Rocky Mountain West},
  author={Kristin K. Gardner and Brian L. McGlynn},
  year={2009}
}
[1] In recent decades, the RockyMountainWest has been one of the fastest growing regions in the United States. Headwater streams in mountain environments may be particularly susceptible to nitrogen enrichment from residential and resort development. We utilized stream water chemistry from six synoptic sampling campaigns combined with land use/land cover (LULC) and terrain analysis in geostatistical modeling to examine the spatial and seasonal variability of LULC impacts on stream water nitrate… CONTINUE READING
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