Variation of phosphorus loss from a small catchment in south Devon, UK.

@inproceedings{Mcdowell2000VariationOP,
  title={Variation of phosphorus loss from a small catchment in south Devon, UK.},
  author={Richard David Mcdowell and Stephen Trudgill},
  year={2000}
}
The application of fertilizers and manure in excess of plant requirements has resulted in an accumulation in soil phosphorus (P), and increased potential for P loss. To develop P-based catchment management plans, we need to be able to estimate the impact of soil P on water draining a catchment. A 12-month investigation (August 1997‐July 1998) determined the temporal change of soil P forms and soluble reactive P (SRP) in stream discharge in a small catchment of mixed landuse (cereal crops… CONTINUE READING
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