Trends in hydrometeorological conditions and stream water organic carbon in boreal forested catchments.

@article{Sarkkola2009TrendsIH,
  title={Trends in hydrometeorological conditions and stream water organic carbon in boreal forested catchments.},
  author={Sakari Sarkkola and Harri Koivusalo and A. Laur{\'e}n and Pirkko Kortelainen and Tuija Mattsson and Marjo Palviainen and Sirpa Piirainen and Richard M. Starr and L. Fin{\'e}r},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2009},
  volume={408 1},
  pages={
          92-101
        }
}
Temporal trends in stream water total organic carbon (TOC) concentration and export were studied in 8 forested headwater catchments situated in eastern Finland. The Seasonal Kendall test was conducted to identify the trends and a mixed model regression analysis was used to describe how catchment characteristics and hydrometeorological variables (e.g. precipitation, air and stream water temperatures, and atmospheric deposition) related to the variation in the concentration and export of stream… CONTINUE READING
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