Watershed-level uncertainties : Implications for phosphorus management and eutrophication

@inproceedings{Hession2000WatershedlevelU,
  title={Watershed-level uncertainties : Implications for phosphorus management and eutrophication},
  author={W. Cully Hession and Daniel E. Storm},
  year={2000}
}
Eutrophication is often the critical problem associated with surface waters having impaired water quality. Managing eutrophication in lakes and reservoirs typically involves the control of phosphorus inputs since it is often the limiting nutrient and because nitrogen and carbon are difficult to control. Management activities to address water quality impairment require a watershed-level approach. However, uncertainty and stochasticity are ubiquitous in watershed-level assessment and management… CONTINUE READING

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