Spatial variation in concentrations of dissolved nitrogen species in an upland blanket peat catchment.

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The concentration of nitrogen (N), particularly as nitrate (NO3-N), in upland streams, lakes and rivers is frequently used as a diagnostic of the vulnerability of upland ecosystems to increased atmospheric nitrogen deposition and N saturation. The N content of running waters, however, is generally assessed on the basis of sampling at a limited number of… (More)

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@article{Cundill2007SpatialVI, title={Spatial variation in concentrations of dissolved nitrogen species in an upland blanket peat catchment.}, author={A P Cundill and Prof Jeremy Chapman and J. K. Adamson}, journal={The Science of the total environment}, year={2007}, volume={373 1}, pages={166-77} }