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Tracing sources of nitrate in snowmelt runoff using a high-resolution isotopic techniqueAuthor(s): N. Ohte; S.D. Sebestyen; C. Kendall; J.B. Shanley; S.D. Wankel; D.H. Doctor; E.W. Boyer
Source: Geophysical Research Letters. 31(21): L21506.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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CitationOhte, N.; Sebestyen, S.D.; Kendall, C.; Shanley, J.B.; Wankel, S.D.; Doctor, D.H.; Boyer, E.W. 2004. Tracing sources of nitrate in snowmelt runoff using a high-resolution isotopic technique. Geophysical Research Letters. 31(21): L21506.
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