Transport of groundwater-borne phosphorus to Lake Bysjön, South Sweden

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Lake Bysjön is a hypertrophic seepage lake, with groundwater as a main external source of phosphorus. Twelve groundwater samples from the vicinity of the lake were high in phosphate (0.4 to 11 mg l−1, mean value 2.57 mg l−1 PO4-P), both within the riparian zone and in two shallow wells located upstreams the lake in the nearby village. Phosphorus sorption… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00007180

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