Sediment source tracing in a lowland agricultural catchment in southern England using a modified procedure combining statistical analysis and numerical modelling.

@article{Collins2012SedimentST,
  title={Sediment source tracing in a lowland agricultural catchment in southern England using a modified procedure combining statistical analysis and numerical modelling.},
  author={Adrian Collins and Yanjun Zhang and Dan McChesney and Des E Walling and Stephen M. Haley and Pete Smith},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2012},
  volume={414},
  pages={301-17}
}
Catchment erosion, soil losses and resulting sediment pressures continue to represent cause for concern with respect to the ecological vitality and amenity value of riverine systems, including those in the agricultural catchments of southern England. Given that the sources of fine-grained sediment are typically diffuse in nature, it is essential to adopt a catchment-wide perspective to corresponding management strategies and sediment source tracing procedures have proved useful in assisting… CONTINUE READING

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