Nutrient loading-trophic state relationships in Florida lakes.

L. A. Baker, P. L. Brezonik, C. R. Kratzer

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Abstract

The best model to predict nonpoint source (NPS) P loading included 3 land use variables while total drainage area alone was a good predictor of NPS N loading.-from US Govt Reports Announcements, 12, 1982

Original languageEnglish (US)
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Nutrient loading-trophic state relationships in Florida lakes. / Baker, L. A.; Brezonik, P. L.; Kratzer, C. R.

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