Unexpected spatial stability of water chemistry in headwater stream networks.

Abstract

Understanding how water and solutes enter and propagate through freshwater landscapes in the Anthropocene is critical to protecting and restoring aquatic ecosystems and ensuring human water security. However, high hydrochemical variability in headwater streams, where most carbon and nutrients enter river networks, has hindered effective modelling and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/ele.12897