WATER QUALITY DURING TWO HIGH-FLOW YEARS ON THE LOWER MISSOURI RIVER: THE EFFECTS OF RESERVOIR AND TRIBUTARY CONTRIBUTIONS

@article{Morris2014WATERQD,
  title={WATER QUALITY DURING TWO HIGH-FLOW YEARS ON THE LOWER MISSOURI RIVER: THE EFFECTS OF RESERVOIR AND TRIBUTARY CONTRIBUTIONS},
  author={D. Morris and T. R. Gemeinhardt and Nathan J.C. Gosch and D. Jensen},
  journal={River Research and Applications},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={1024-1033}
}
  • D. Morris, T. R. Gemeinhardt, +1 author D. Jensen
  • Published 2014
  • Environmental Science
  • River Research and Applications
  • Complex socioeconomic and ecological issues, ranging from impaired streams to Gulf of Mexico hypoxia, have made nutrient management an increasingly important issue across the USA. High flows during 2010 and 2011 provided a unique opportunity to investigate trends in discharge, total nitrogen, nitrate/nitrite, total phosphorus, ortho-phosphorus, suspended sediment and total suspended solids during two distinct high-flow years on the Missouri River. We compared collections taken during 2010 and… CONTINUE READING
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